Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the apex socio-cultural Igbo organization, has described Tinubu’s move for Presidency as an unfortunate disruption of the rules of natural justice.
The group lamented that the national APC leader would embark on a project that seeks to trouble Nigeria, rather than contributing to the concerted efforts required to save the country.
Chief Alex Ogbonna, the spokesman for the Igbo body reacted to the news as he said, “It is an assertion rooted in history and experience that any project that is not supported by justice and equity will not succeed. He maintained that Tinubu knew that his actions are in error, and they were not rooted in equity, justice, and fair play.
He said “It is a project that is dead on arrival. Because God is a universal entity that he is always interested in truth, fairness, and equity. So for anybody embarking on anything that is not rooted in equity and justice will not succeed and this is a countervailing force that has sustained this world from the beginning.
“So Tinubu knows that he is embarking on a cause that has no foundation in anything: foundation in equity and justice, and of course is a project that will not succeed.”
Ohanaeze spokesman, however, said it was regrettable that Tinubu had decided to add to the crisis in Nigeria, adding “because there is this collective conscience that has been guiding this country. The collective conscience is to culturally determine what is right and what is wrong and to pursue the right one and ignore the wrong one