Ohanaeze Exposes Alleged Plots by Sitting Governor to Get Tinubu Sacked

Ohanaeze Exposes Alleged Plots by Sitting Governor to Get Tinubu Sacked

  • Top politicians in Nigeria have commenced consultations with prominent party stakeholders ahead of the 2027 general elections
  • Their major aim is reportedly to unseat President Tinubu as political pundits believe there would be a serious merger of some top parties come 2027 that would wrestle power with the ruling APC
  • Reacting to the development, Ohanaeze Ndigbo faulted the plot against Tinubu and maintained that matters that would impact the unity, progress and integrity of the country ought to be of top priority

Legit.ng journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements.

The Ohanaeze Ndigbo has condemned the alleged plots to prevent President Bola Ahmed Tinubu from getting a second term in 2027 by some Igbo people led by a serving governor.

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Ohanaze Ndigbo unearths plot against Tinubu's second term bid
Ohanaeze has made some stunning revelations about President Tinubu's re-election in 2027. Photo credit: Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu
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The organisation exposed a clandestine political manoeuvre by a southeast governor to become the running mate to a northern presidential candidate in the 2027 elections.

As reported by The Guardian, the group made this assertion to shed light on critical matters impacting the country's unity and integrity, noting that the plots to remove Tinubu have been unearthed.

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Meanwhile, Ralphs Nwosu, the national chairman of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), said on Monday, May 13, that Nigerians must understand that there is no alternative to achieving their potential than ensuring that democracy survives and functions by the rule of law.

The group expressed its gratitude to Professor Obasi Igwe, Dr Harford Ugwu, and Professor Nwankwo for their unwavering courage in unveiling the clandestine political machinations of a group known as “Ohanaeze Reconciliation Committee.”

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A statement issued by Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, Ohanaeze's secretary general, on Sunday, May 12, disclosed that the group (Ohanaeze Reconciliation Committee) had been unmasked for its ulterior motive to advance the 2027 vice presidential ambition of a southeast governor, PM News reported.

“The clandestine activities of this committee aim to ally with the Igbo and Fulani leaders to position a Southeast Governor as the running mate to a Northern presidential candidate in the 2027 elections. This strategic move seeks to exploit Northern discontent with the Federal Government to oppose President Bola Tinubu in the 2027 election.
“Despite facing setbacks exposed by leaked audio recordings, the civil intrigues to unseat President Tinubu persist, with financial backing provided by the Southeast Governor. This subversive effort involves leveraging a faction of misguided Igbo Elders to engage with Northern counterparts, Fulani leaders, and Northern Monarchs,” Ohanaeze said.

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In another development, Legit.ng reported that Dare Glintstone Akinniyi, the chieftain of the PDP, said that the party was focused on the 2027 general election and not the fallout between Atiku Abubakar and Nyesom Wike.

According to Akinniyi, the alleged rift between Atiku, the flagbearer of the PDP in the 2023 general elections and Wike, the former governor of Rivers state, has brought the party to its lowest in the polity.

Speaking exclusively to Legit.ng via telephone chat, on Sunday, May 12, the spokesperson National Youth Group, Dare Glintstone Akinniyi, said the PDP is concerned about dislodging the ruling APC in the 2027 election.

Proofreading by Nkem Ikeke, journalist and copy editor at Legit.ng.

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