Nigeria: IPOB Insists on Boycotting the 2019 General Elections

145 Viewed admin 0 respond
Nigeria: IPOB Insists on Boycotting the 2019 General Elections

The leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has insisted that its position on boycotting the 2019 elections has not changed.

In a statement credited to Mazi Alphonsus Uche Okafor-Mefor, the deputy leader of the group, the group said

“Forget all the noise, disregard all self-destructive, nocturnal activities and conducts of baby opportunists whose stock in trade is treachery in Biafra land.

Truth is that we have made up our minds, crossed boundaries and calibrated territories and guess what ? We have firmly established ourselves both in minds and presence of friends and foes.
We, therefore, make bold to state with every ounce of certainty and beyond every conceivable equivocation that nobody can question the wisdom in “boycotting the fraudulent election” of the zoo called Nigeria. If you do, you will roundly make a volte face and vomit in the end. Make no mistake about it—— time is the absolute deciding factor in the equation.
“Boycotting” is a word pregnant with a lot of multiple, hydra-headed, convoluted meanings within the scheme of things and surely will come with its attendant implications which will definitely undo all detractors. It is a “diplomatic” diction with reference to the zoo and to what may happen ultimately.
IPOB strategy is waterproof, it remains insurmountable, the rationale behind her ideology and pronouncements unassailable! Every linguistic gymnastics no matter how apt or sermonized will eventually and ultimately go back and coast home/ashore with reasoning, intellectual postulations and ideological linings.”

Don't miss the stories followAfrican News Today and let's be smart!
Loading...
0/5 - 0
You need login to vote.
Nigeria: The Charge and Planned Arraignment of the Hon. Chief Justice Onoghen

Nigeria: The Charge and Planned Arraignment of the Hon. Chief Justice Onoghen

Opinion: Justice Onnoghen and The Rising Fascism in Nigeria by Achike Chude

Opinion: Justice Onnoghen and The Rising Fascism in Nigeria by Achike Chude

Related posts

Leave a Reply

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of