"I strongly believe that yes there is the impression that they are been marginalised but certainly they also know that they have not put their house in order to start thinking of clamouring for the presidency.

"You can't have a son, on the one hand, calling for the separation of the country and on the other hand, you are asking to be trusted. The issue of power is that of trust, once there is no trust nobody will give you power.

"Even in your family if they can't trust you they won't entrust you with their wealth because you may likely misuse it and cause more division, so this is the situation the Southeast has found itself.

"If they want the presidency nobody will deny them their right but it is a matter of time. Igbos should sanitize their home and time will take care of that
AYCF President-General, Yerima Shettima in a chat with DAILY POST


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