Oil tycoon and Igbo billionaire businessman, Arthur Eze has made some shocking revelations about his fellow easterners and how he was well-received by the Hausa-Fulanis, OYOGist.com has gathered.
Speaking on the 2023 Presidential elections, Arthur Eze revealed that it’ll take the grace of God for an Igbo to win the Presidency.
The business mogul said that the Igbos do not love each other and revealed that the Hausas were instrumental to his phenomenal business success.
He was speaking to reporters at his Ukpo home in Anambra State, on Sunday.
He revealed that the northerners were more willing to support him, even when he had nothing and was of a different tribe.
“I went to the north; they didn’t know who I was. Former Governor Abubakar Rimi gave me $12 million to build Kano TV in 1980. I didn’t have N1 then.
‘He also called Governor Solomon Lar and he gave me $12 million contract for Plateau TV$12 million. It was the same thing in Katsina, Borno and Kaduna. Then, they put me in oil business. They didn’t care where I came from. Tell me any Igbo man who can do that.
Arthur Eze revealed that the Hausas have been most instrumental to his success.