While reacting to comment credited to the presidential candidate that he would actualise Igbo presidency if elected in 2023, the SERG said that the South East is already cruising to the presidential villa through the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi.
The President and National Coordinator of the SERG, Chief Willy Ezugwu, in a statement in Abuja, noted that “the unequivocal support coming from credible South West political bloc, which the Afenifere represents, is a support for equity and justice, which will boost Nigeria’s national unity.”
The group Friday, in a statement signed by its President and National Coordinator, Chief Willy Ezugwu, alleged “since the presidential primary, where South East was deliberately denied the opportunity to produce its presidential candidate, the PDP is carrying on with the preparation for 2023 electioneering campaign as if the South, especially South Eastern Nigeria, does not matter.
In a statement signed by its National Coordinator, Chief Willy Ezugwu, SERG noted that “the ongoing battle for the soul of Nigeria ahead of 2023 presidential election does not require an alliance with a politician with ethnic-superiority mindset.
In a statement signed by its President and National Coordinator, Chief Willy Ezugwu, the SERG said “the arrest of the Cubana Chief Priest is part of the deliberate harassment of Igbo sons and daughters for political reasons by the EFCC.”
The SERG made the call in a statement signed by its President and National Coordinator, Chief Willy Ezugwu on Wednesday in Abuja.
The SERG in a statement signed by its President and National Coordinator, Chief Willy Ezugwu said “if the Federal state governments continue to act or speak irrationally, the entire country will be worse for it.
The group, in a statement signed by its National Coordinator, Chief Willy Ezugwu, said it was “amazed when the governor defected to APC.”
The SERG in a statement signed by its President/National Coordinator, Chief Willy Ezugwu, said the group aligns itself to the position of Dr. Sam Amadi, a lawyer and lecturer based in Abuja to the extent that “the federal government’s anti-insurgency policy has continued to fail in tackling the security challenges in the country.
The group said this in a statement on Sunday in reaction to recent killings in Ebonyi State and other parts of the eastern region.
Worried by attacks on non-Yoruba voters during the February 23, 2019 Presidential and National Assembly elections in parts of Lagos State, “particularly at Igbo dominated pulling units”, the South East Revival Group has urged the Federal Government of Nigeria and indeed all security agencies “to ensure no Nigerian got molested for exercising their franchise in accordance with the laws of the land.”