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Orji Kalu I joined APC so I can help Ndigbo – Ex-Governor says

According to Kalu, he decamped to the ruling party, so he can address the issue of marginalisation against people of the South-East.

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Orji Kalu says Igbo will vote Buhari to get 2023 slot play

Kalu told newsmen that the South East zone would massively vote for Buhari for a second term to enable the region have its turn in 2023.

(SabiNews)

The former Governor of Abia state, Orji Kalu has said that he joined the All Progressives Congress (APC) to help Igbos.

According to Kalu, he decamped to the ruling party, so he can address the issue of marginalisation against people of the South-East.

Kalu also said that Igbos will give President Buhari 70% of the votes he needs to win the presidential election in 2019.

According to Daily Post, the former Governor said “I joined the APC to encourage president Buhari to run, again, and we are going to use his regime to correct the injustice meted to Ndigbo and also, fight for the oneness of the country.

“I didn’t join the APC to go and look at the rock in Abuja; I joined the APC to use it for the benefit of Igbo and Nigeria at large.”

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Marginalisation

Addressing the issue of marginalisation against Igbos, Kalu said that the issue started after the civil war.

He also said that the issue is not something the President can sort out in four years.

Orji Kalu had earlier said that he will force President Buhari to run for a second term in 2019.

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