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Atiku congratulates Iwuanyanwu on his election as president-general Ohanaeze Ndigbo

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Atiku Abubakar, a former vice president of Nigeria and the People’s Democratic Party’s presidential contender for the 2023 election, has congratulated Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu on becoming the president-general of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.

In a message of congratulations and well wishes to Chief Iwuanyanwu, Atiku praised him as a deserving Nigerian leader who ranks among the best of today’s statesmen in Nigeria.

“Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu is eminently positioned and qualified to lead the apex Ndigbo organisation at this time when the country is in search of national renewal in all aspects of life. I urge him to use his good offices to strengthen national integration and Igbo unity in a manner that has not been seen since after the Nigerian civil war.”

Given Chief Iwuanyanwu’s political grit and sagacity, whose aura and influence resonate across the length and width of Nigeria, Atiku expressed optimism that he would have the desired effect.

Iwuanyanwu’s “strong character and beautiful heart” will work together to deliver a successful tenure and transformative leadership in Igbo country, he said.

He wished him success as he serves and elevates his people.

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