Anambra Governorship Election: IPOB Insists On Election Boycott - Politics - ifeyinka

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

The leadership of the In­digenous people of Biafra (IPOB) says its resolution to boycott the forthcoming Anambra governorship elec­tion slated for November 18, 2017 remains sacrosanct.

In the statement signed by the group’s media and pub­licity secretary, Emma pow­erful, IPOB said the Anambra election boycott would be a sure way of proving to the whole world that Biafrans are determined to be liberated.

“We IPOB maintain that there will be no more elec­tions in Biafraland starting with Anambra State this year”, it said stressing that it has never shifted ground on its stands on the poll.

Meanwhile, some uniden­tified youths allegedly op­erating under the banner of the Indigenous People of Bi­afra (IPOB) have disrupted a governorship campaign pro­gramme of the Progressing People Alliance (PPA) candi­date, Godwin Chukwunaenye Ezeemo.

Ezeemo campaign team were at the God’s Own Pen­tecostal, Church Odoekpe, in Ogbaru Local Government of Anambra State to interact with party faithfuls on Satur­day when young men, bran­dishing Biafran flags and sing­ing Biafran songs besieged the venue, ordering the candi­date and his team to leave

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