BIAFRA IS NEAR: IPOB SPEAKS

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The secessionist group Indigenious People of Biafra IPOB, has disclosed that the just concluded presidential election has shown that voting in Nigeria is useless and making the actualization of Biafra closer than expected.

In a statement signed its Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, the group said the Indigenous People of Biafra and its leadership have reaffirmed their position that Biafra freedom and sovereignty is non-negotiable regardless of the political permutations in Nigeria.

Describing the 2019 election as a ”shambolic, rigging fest”, the group said it has shown that voting is useless in Nigeria.

The statement is quoted saying:

“Voting in Nigeria is useless. We have been vindicated the result of the shambolic, rigging fest they call elections. The unacceptable levels of humiliation, intimidation, killing, announcement of fake results, coupled with sponsored propaganda against our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, and the entire peaceful movement, cannot stop our total resolve to restore Biafra sovereignty in the shortest possible time”.

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“Only a moron and worker of iniquity will pretend not to know what transpired in the colonial contraption called Nigeria during the recently concluded presidential election. Using the military, police and armed thugs to rig in favour of the ruling APC was clear for all to see.“

“That the result has been sanctioned some weak-minded apathetic Nigerians as well as the Fulani-loving British colonial masters, despite the horrors of those elections, is proof, if one is needed, that the poor masses of Nigeria are like tormented caged animals stripped of every dignity and lacking in courage.”

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