Dr. Chris Ngige, Nigeria’s Minister of Labor and Employment, has featured what the Igbo must do as they seek to deliver President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor come 2023.
Right off the bat, Ngige said pioneers of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) must crumple their gathering into the All Progressives Congress (APC) on the off chance that they are not kidding about turning out to be President.
The previous Anambra Governor told the Sun that the goal must be accomplished if Igbo pioneers assemble political scaffolds the nation over.
Ngige further prompted Ndigbo to be appropriately incorporated into the standard governmental issues by relating to the two significant ideological groups in the nation.
“The individuals who state they are in APGA should crumple and come into the standard governmental issues of Nigeria,” Ngige said.
“On the off chance that APGA needs to help Ndigbo as they imagine or as they mouth or tout, they need to realign and come into the standard Nigerian legislative issues. We need to proceed to strengthen in the two ideological groups.
“There is still time for the Igbo to re-strategise, and we need to begin now. That is the thing that I am stating.
“Ndigbo should proceed to revive their capability; search for a sound competitor, set him up the way Zik (Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe) was arranged and favored when he returned from abroad.
“Absolve the up-and-comer well indeed, and afterward present him before different Nigerians. It’s a round of numbers.
“We need to court different Nigerians to give us support. You should court them. That is the game.
“You should campaign. You should do some political reengineering. For now, we are not getting it directly as Ndigbo.
“In the event that we start today to hit the nail on the head, it is still on schedule. Igbo need to relate to the two fundamental ideological groups.
“They should relate to both. Be that as it may, for the time being, the gathering with capability to win administration at some random time on account of its territories of help in Nigeria organization is the APC.
“Along these lines, Ndigbo should join the APC. A few of us are there. We are not dumb to be there. We recognize what we are doing.”