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Independence Day Coldness Shows Lack Of Unity In Nigeria – IPOB

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IPOB declares sit at home

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, yesterday said that the lacklustre attitude and response by Nigerians towards the October 1 independence celebration has revealed Nigeria’s disunity and pretense by Nigerian leaders towards unity in the country.

Through it Media and Publicity Secretary, Comrade Emma Powerful, IPOB disclosed that it will instigate boycott of 2019 general elections until all those with warped sense of national unity under the barrel of the gun, see sense and agree to a referendum on self determination.

“IPOB will ensure no election is conducted in the South East and South South. We call on the good people of the Middle Belt, the enslaved majority of northern Nigeria and progressive elements in Yorubaland, to join IPOB in locking down 70 per cent of Nigeria’s landmass during upcoming 2019 general elections.”

IPOP said that it is very evident that Nigeria is not united and can never be united under the present administration of All Progressives Congress, APC, and its “militaristic unitary arrangement

They further stated that Nigeria as a British experiment is a complete and total disaster, a failed project adding that ” the only thing holding the country together is corrupt tendency of the badly educated ruling class determined to hold everybody down as they advance their cabalistic group interest at the expense of the well-being of the masses.

“Judging by the lacklustre response from the populace towards the once boisterous Independence Day celebrations on October 1, whatever pretenses there were regarding unity or lack of it in Nigeria has been laid bare for the world to see.”


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