Atiku should be prosecuted by INEC over ‘north needs northerner’ remark – Kenneth Okonkwo

Atiku should be prosecuted by INEC over ‘north needs northerner’ remark – Kenneth Okonkwo

Kenneth Okonkwo, a Nollywood star who was recently appointed as the spokesperson of Peter Obi’s presidential campaign council (south-east), has called for the prosecution of Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar.

In an interview with Channels Television, a Labour Party spokesperson accused Atiku of “ethnic profiling.”

Atiku should be prosecuted by INEC over ‘north needs northerner’ remark – Kenneth Okonkwo

The PDP presidential candidate who spoke at a town hall meeting in Kaduna on October 15, had said that northerners need a president from the north and not someone of Igbo or Yoruba extraction.

Kenneth Okonkwo who reacted to this during the interview said Atiku Abubakar should be prosecuted by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as the comment is genocidal and capable of truncating the nation’s democracy.

The actor said;




“If there’s anybody that his team has been extinguished completely, it’s that of Atiku Abubakar, who of course should have been disqualified by now.

“By going to the north and making a genocidal statement that northerners should vote for north only; this was what caused genocide in Rwanda when Hutus were told that they should not support Tutsis because they are cockroaches.

“Atiku Abubakar went to the north and said northerners should support only the people from the north — not Yoruba, not Igbo.

“That’s ethnic profiling. That’s genocidal statement. Atiku knows he has failed, what he’s trying to do now is to make sure that he destroys our democracy after he’s failed.”Atiku should be prosecuted by INEC over ‘north needs northerner’ remark – Kenneth Okonkwo



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