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Restructuring extra vital to South-East than 2023 presidency, says Alozie, ASO coordinator

Restructuring more important to South-East than 2023 presidency, says Alozie, ASO coordinator

The South-East Zonal Coordinator of Atiku Help Organisation, ASO, Alozie Alozie, has mentioned restructuring the nation to make it work once more was extra vital to the South-East area than the presidency in 2023.

Alozie, subsequently,  charged the individuals of Imo State to place of their finest within the 2023 normal elections in direction of reaching the target of ASO.

He made this name on the South-East chapter of the ASO maiden zonal assembly on Saturday in Owerri, Imo State.

Addressing the zonal and state executives, Alozie emphasised ASO’s deal with serving to the previous Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, turn into the President of Nigeria in 2023.

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Talking additional, Alozie mentioned though the South-East had each ethical name to demand for the presidency in 2023, what Nigeria wants in the meanwhile is a person to unite the nation.

“The restructuring of Nigeria is extra vital to the Igbo than the presidency,” the coordinator added.

The ASO chief additionally mentioned that Nigeria can’t proceed to maneuver alongside ethnic strains, including: “We want somebody who will unite this nation and get it working once more.”

Different executives of ASO current vowed to work arduous to make sure that the zone is absolutely conscious of the organisation and it objectives.

Zonal officers current included the South-East Girls Chief, Mrs. Peace Nwadike; South-East Authorized Adviser, Emmanuel Okpani, and Imo State Coordinator, Chinenyenwa Osuala.

Others are Imo State Girls Chief, Mrs. Nneoma Nwajiobi; Enugu State Coordinator, Chukwunonso Ugwu; Ebonyi State Coordinator, Adamma Obasi-Dunu; and the Secretary-Normal, Sam Amonu.

Zahuma Information Nigeria

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