Soro Soke, Ohanaeze has warned Igbo Politicians Ahead Of 2023 Presidential Elections in Nigeria.
NewsOnline Nigeria reports that Apex Igbo Group, Ohanaeze youths have urged Igbo politicians to speak up about the ongoing demands for reform of the Nigerian Police Force by youths in Nigeria.
In a statement signed by Chief Osmond Nkeoma, the media and publicity secretary of the Ohanaeze group, the group warned that it is a good opportunity for the politicians to speak out or be silent about the various forms of injustice the youths are facing.
The statement, however, reminded Ndigbo politicians that whatever decision they make now, the youths will not forget when the time comes to vote during the 2023 general election in Nigeria.
The group also called on South-East and South-South regions Governors to take a stand and make it public on the disbandment of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) just as their Northern counterparts have done.
Nkeoma said “The northern Governors Forum has within 48 hours of the disbandment of SARS made their stance known, we demand to know the stance of the Southern Governors also, more especially that of their South Eastern counterparts whom the majority of their people are seeing as northern stooges.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for them to prove that they are not anti-Igbo. As for our politicians, elders and supposed leaders who have chosen to be silent in the face of injustice to their children, the youths are watching. 2023 is by the corner. We will remember. “