Latest Africanss News/February 12, 2019/Orsu24news Team /No Comment/123 views Buhari Don’t Trust Igbos, Igbos Should Forget 2023 Presidency – Northern Youthsshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelA coalition of youths from the 19 Northern States of the country residing in southern part of the country have called on Ndigbo to ignore the promise that President Muhammadu Buhari would hand over power to them in 2023, describing it as a mere political bait to attract their votes. The group also made it clear that President Buhari does not have the power to create an additional state for the South East, insisting that such power lies with Nigerians through the National Assembly, not in an individual. Operating under the umbrella of Coalition of Northern States’ Youths, Southern Nigeria, CNSYSN, comprising of northern youths from the 19 Northern states but residing in Southern Nigeria, the group said that Buhari cannot give what he does not have. ALSO READ NURTW Unit Chairman Sentenced To Death For Killing PolicemanAccording to the group “since nobody gives out what he does not have, Baba Buhari as an individual cannot cede the post of Presidency to the South East in 2023 nor has power to create an additional State for the South East because such efforts can only be decided by the entire Nigerian through the Constitution of the country and the National Assembly. “It is hypocritical that somebody that does not trust you with mere appointments is contemplating on giving you President and a brand new state on the ground that you vote him into power again. Why didn’t start the process before now”. ALSO READ Atiku Abubakar Reveals How He Will Defeat Boko HaramMeanwhile, barely three days to the elections, the group has called on President Muhammadu Buhari “to follow the path of honour by withdrawing from his second term bid and take care of his health”. Besides his health challenges, the group said Buhari’s administration has failed in many fronts, pointing out that they were disappointed that the “enthusiasm that propelled us liken other patriotic Nigerians to vote for Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 have fallen short of great expectations”. ALSO READ Victoria Kimani – Highest Calibre »In a statement signed by 19 youths from each of the Northern states which they handed over to the Abia State Coordinator of the 2019 Atiku/Obi Presidential Campaign, Chief Charles Ogbonnaya, the group said that Buhari has failed in all his campaign promises, ranging from defeat of Boko Haram to worsening the nation’s economy. On the fight against corruption, the group dismissed it as selective and named people in his cabinet suspected to have looted the nation’s wealth. Loading… <div class="wpusb-title"> <span>Share Post</span> </div> </div> </div> Leave A Comment Below Related share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous article2 Presidential Candidates Endorse Atiku, Give Reasonsnext articleCourt remands man over alleged stealing of teenager’s pantRelated PostsLatest Africanss News/February 22, 2019 /No Comment Western Sahara: Algeria and South Africa Renew Their Support to Saharawi People Right to Self-Determination and FreedomLatest Africanss News/February 22, 2019 /No Comment Why do faculty members protesting in Sabha University?COMESA, EU sign €10m facility to support private sector – Daily News EgyptSenegal: Suspicions Cloud Senegal’s Upcoming ElectionAfrica: In West Africa, UN Security Council Visits Côte d’Ivoire and Guinea-BissauEntrevista con el Coordinador de la Ventanilla Única EmpresarialBurkina Faso: President Chooses New Prime MinisterCote d’Ivoire: ICC Appeals Chamber Places Conditions on Gbagbo’s ReleaseOhanaeze, MASSOB, IPOB, Reaffirm Support for Atiku, ObiOhanaeze, MASSOB, IPOB, Reaffirm Support for Atiku, Obi Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.