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Friday, 12 May 2017

ANAMBRA ELECTION: BIAFRANS MUST BOYCOTT ALL ELECTIONS; BIAFRA RESTORATION REMAINS SACROSANCT

ANAMBRA ELECTION: BIAFRANS MUST BOYCOTT ALL ELECTIONS; BIAFRA RESTORATION REMAINS SACROSANCT

By Prince Ugochukwu Olisakwe
For Family Writers

The Indigenous People of Biafra under the leadership of Prince Nnamdi Kanu is not a political party or political group looking for recognition or social cultural organization who is justling for contracts from the government. The indigenous People of Biafra have its mission to accomplish which is the restoration of Biafra, therefore will not be part or in support of any Nigerian government election to take place in Biafra land starting with the Anambra State gubernatorial elections scheduled for November 2017. It is time to halt these politicians who have been holding our people in bondage and servitude which I know will send a strong signal on the resolve and determination of Biafrans to restore Biafra.

Since the return of democracy in 1999, the people of Biafra have been eluded of a true leader like late Dr. Sam Mbakwe and Late Dr. Mike Okpara who served the interest of their people. Series of elections that produced governors like Mr. Peter Obi of Anambra State, Mr Orji Uzor Kalu of Imo State, Mr. T.A Orji of Abia State, Mr. Sullivan Chime, Mr Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Mr Rochas Okorocha and Mr. Willie Obiano have not truly brought the dividends of true governance to the people, rather these politicians are only concerned with their personal businesses while neglecting the people who gave them their mandate to represent them. It is evident that these political stooges are bent on causing more harm and injuries on the people who they are meant to protect; barely 10 years ago during Mr Peter Obi's tenure, the Ezu river incidence made headlines when more than 25 dead bodies of Biafran youths were found there and he never gave account of what happened, Mr Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu sometime last year ordered the arrest of youths who mobilized themselves to repel the rampaging Fulani herdsmen who are causing havoc in their communities, Mr Rochas Okorocha who have continued to be used as a tool to advance the northern oligarch agenda have also caused woes and anguish on the people of Imo state,Mr Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia state has also failed to protect his people and refused to bring to justice those uniformed security agents that killed many Biafrans at Ngwa high school Aba and those dead bodies found at shallow graves along Aba-port Harcourt express way, Mr. Willie Obiano of Anambra State is not left out as he presided and approved the mass killings of Biafran youths during the 30th may remembrance day held at Nkpor last year, the list is endless. It is disheartening that those who are responsible for the suffering of our people are those who claim to support the ideals of the peoples general late Chief Dr. Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu when he was alive.

All these actions and inactions of these men has showed us that we have no genuine governor in Biafra land irrespective of the political party and affiliations as they have continued to go against the will of the people who voted them into power.  Our people should understand that allowing these politicians who seek power under the 1999 constitution to continue is to allow ourselves to remain in bondage and servitude, it is time to stop them.

All Biafrans and all lovers of freedom are by this article advised to boycott any election organized by Nigerian government in any State of Biafra land. The good people of Anambra as a matter of urgency should remain resolute to boycott the gubernatorial elections slated for November 18th, 2017. The will of the people shall prevail, power belongs to the people.

Edited by Comr. Ogbuanya Chikezie N.
For Family Writers

2 comments

  1. I have said this always that the more we vote these political contractors and merchants of misery to power, the more problem we vote on ourselves because it's often times meaningless and destructive. And our people who known world wide a strong and hard working people should stop voting towards direction of their stop. Your bags of rice will run out before 4 years but your many problems like bad roads, zero electricity, bad water, infrustructure decay, unemployement, northern sectionalism, hersmen terrorists killings, janjaweed hausa-fulani terrorist nigeria soldiers killings, Grazing bill, governor keeping blind eye, elders and leaders sounding warning without actions, all will be there till the next 4 years. What is the need voting to power men who do not have the interest of their people at heart? The more we vote, we vote for our countinues subjugation, marginalization and nigeria military occupation of Biafra land. It's time for all of us to start agreeing on one thing, which is on the collective interest of our people. There is nothing beautiful and united about this islamic murderous hausa-fulani country called nigeria. Nigeria is an unworkable and unwanted union that always brings blood bath instead of harmony. The only election acceptable to we Biafra youths is a peaceful REFERENDUM anyother thing apart from that is dead on arrival. The forthcoming Referendum is a choice between being "a second class in your own country" or "a free person in your Independent State". God bless Biafra. Peaceforall

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  2. If you boycott elections in Anambra state and Obiano wins, the killings and support for our common oppressors will continue as usual!

    Think!

    That would be another round of complaining and insulting Obiano when you had the chance to remove him and YOU SAID NO!

    The WISE thing to do is to back a Pro-Biafran in that election and ensure that Obiano who will support and order the killing ofbour people is removed!

    The person that you back would have to PLEDGE UNDER OATH,NEVER TO BETRAY BIAFRAN INTERESTS.

    I stand before the Almighty Chukwuokike-abiama, to proclaim that may I be put to shame if what I say is borne out if selfish interests.

    And may those who say that boycott is the best be put to shame if their assertion is to the detriment of Biafran.

    I HAVE SPOKEN

    I STILL REMAIN, NZE UGO-AKPE ONWUKA (OYI NA OYI NA OGBUNIKE. IGUEDO NA ŌMAMBALA.

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