Mbazulike Amaechi has made open those that will decide the fate of the South-East in producing Nigerian President.
First Republic Aviation Minister, Mbazulike Amaechi made this statement while encouraging the Igbos to be politically stable in parties with national outlook.
This, Amaechi said, would help the course of Igbos.
Speaking with DAILY POST, the elder statesman said politicians were not creating an enabling environment for peace and unity by ignoring the Igbos.
The former Minister also decried the marginalization of the South-East.
According to Amaechi: “If the politicians decide that the South-East should produce Nigeria’s president, then the region would produce it.
“If the politicians decide that the South-East should not produce and the South-East continues to be excluded from the elections in the country, it will not be good.
“The South as a whole has said the treatment being meted to the South-East is wrong, the South-West has said so, the South-South has said so, and the Middle belt has said so.
“I don’t think they are creating a fertile ground for peace in the country. A president can only be produced through a national political party and the Igbos should belong to the two major political parties that is aiming to rule the country.
“Ignoring Igbos is not watering the ground for peace and unity in the country.”