…Drums Support for a Southeasterner to emerge
By Johnpaul Anih, 12-9-2020
Ahead of the 2023 Presidencial race, a National Socio-Political Organization *Mass Movement For a New Nigeria* has called on all Nigerians to support the call for a South eastener to emerge as the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria come 2023 in the interest of equity.
The National Deputy Chairman of the group Hon. Adeleke made the call on Saturday while naming the Organization’s choice candidates.
He stated that the group which was founded in 2019, is drawing support for a credible, acceptable and accessible candidate of the Southeast extraction to clinch the exalted position in the interest of peace and fair play.
According to the National Deputy Chairman, Chief Dr. Peter Obi, Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, Gov. Dave Umahi, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, Sen. Prof. Ike Ekweremmadu, Sen. Orji Uzor kalu amongst Others are eminently qualified for the 2023 race.
Throwing more light on what the Organization stands for, Adeleke said
“For the Nation to evolve, led by new, credible and strong leaders, You and I need to start RIGHT today and get involved. It is no longer time to stand by and watch as the “usual politicians” continue to drag back our country which has become our normal routine.”
“To millions of ordinary Nigerians both home and abroad, who continue to share experiences and expectations of a New Nigeria. Our daily encounters with the challenges of real life in Nigeria, has provided the flash-points, to reshape our mode of thinking and doing things.
“We call on ordinary Nigerians to get actively involved, organising your communities to rescue our country from the control of the ‘”politicians as usual”, to realise the Agenda for a better Nigeria, and not their Agenda.
It is an expression of the voices of the long forgotten masses.
Nigerians, who are never ‘invited to the table’ and whose opinions, interests, hopes and expectations are never considered.
Nigerians, who the ‘political elites’ objectify, and know, only by their numbers and labels, but uninterested in their identities and the real life experiences that ordinary Nigerians encounter daily.
Only a few Nigerians will continue to milk us dry if you dont take an action today and join this movement targeted to upset a change by bringing the masses to the table.
Mass Movement for a new Nigeria will continue to be resilient in the support for a better Nigeria which is achievable”