The people of the East, West and Middle-belt should join the banned Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), according to the leader of the group, Nnamdi Kanu.
President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) won the election held on Saturday, beating the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) candidate, Atiku Abubakar.
However, the pro-Biafra leader alleged that votes did not count during the election and thus people from southern Nigeria and the middle-belt must join IPOB for the Biafran struggle.
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1. Biafra: IPOB Declares ‘Control Of Biafraland’ After Presidential Election
(IPOB) has declared control of political activities in “Biafraland” following the presidential and National Assembly elections.
Concise News understands that Buhari did not win any state in the South-East and South-South region which IPOB claims are “Biafraland.”
Speaking on the polls, the deputy leader of the group Uche Mefor-Okafor, noted that in spite of the massive rigging that greeted the exercise, Buhari could not win any state in “Biafraland.”
“The calling off the boycott, the pronouncement by IPOB that APC cannot win the presidential (s)election under her watch demonstrated two inexorable facts: IPOB has the unquestionable influence to cause damages if they choose to boycott and on the other hand with the same seismic propensity to do same if they decide to participate,”he said.
“Here is a point and which is obviously a vindication of her position: IPOB mandated that APC shall not be allowed to win the presidential (s)election anywhere in Biafraland under her watch and did that not happen despite their rigging?”
2. Biafra: What We’d Do If Igbo People Are Attacked Again In Lagos – IPOB
IPOB has vowed to go on reprisals if Igbo people are attacked in any part of Lagos again.
Concise News understands that there were pockets of violence in some areas believed to be dominated by Igbo in Lagos during the 2019 presidential and National Assembly elections.
Also, there were little troubles as some shop owners, said to be Igbo, were not allowed to open for business in Oshodi, Lagos on Monday.
These developments have left the pro-Biafra group fuming as it warned that “any attempt to commence another round of ethnic cleansing of Igbos in the north or west, will be reciprocated in the east.”