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Monday, 3 July 2017

BIAFRA REFERENDUM: INEC SHOULD STAY AWAY FROM ANAMBRA STATE OR FACE THE WRATH OF THE YOUTHS: AN OPEN LETTER TO INEC OVER ANAMBRA ELECTION

BIAFRA REFERENDUM: INEC SHOULD STAY AWAY FROM ANAMBRA STATE OR FACE THE WRATH OF THE YOUTHS: AN OPEN LETTER TO INEC OVER ANAMBRA ELECTION

From Mazi Onyebuchi Eze (A Biafran Activist)

3/7/2017

Dear INEC Chairman,
STAY AWAY FROM ANAMBRA STATE GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION OR BLAME YOURSELF FOR ANY EVENTUALITY

It is in the interest of peace and tranquility in Biafra Land and Anambra State in particular which is already few days away from total anarchy and breakdown of law and order resulting from the insistence of Biafra youths that it is either Nigeria government conduct a referendum for Biafra or Nigeria will burst into flames; that I, Mazi Onyebuchi Eze (A Biafran Activist) and a Family Writers Press journalist hereby deemed it necessary to write this open letter to you, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) under the chairmanship of Prof. Mahmud Yakubu, to warn your staff to stay away from Anambra State of Biafra Land because we the youths are not going to allow any election in Biafra Land until Biafra referendum is conducted. It is important for INEC under your leadership to heed this warning by cancelling the proposed Anambra State governorship election billed for November 18, 2017 and in your little capacity advise Nigeria government not to play with the lives of INEC staff who are going to be in the field especially at polling units to conduct the said election, but just to conduct Biafra referendum which is the only acceptable thing in Biafra Land at the moment.

Dear INEC, it is important to know that the Biafra youths have decided to take their destiny into their hands this time around because they have openly declared that there will be no election again in Biafra land even under rain of bullets and bombs. The only escape route for your staff is outright cancellation of the election because the plan of Biafra youths is to resist any conduct of election in Anambra State with an unprecedented aggression against anybody challenging the "No Election" order. The issue of boycott of the election which is presently making news around Nigeria media is very small compare to what the Biafra youths are planning against the election.

Dear INEC, the presence of the 18, 000 expected deployments of police personnel for the election by the Inspector-General of Police does not make meaning any more for Biafra youths who are ready to die in resisting the Anambra election. The Biafra youths promised to test the might with Nigeria police should they interfere with the order of "No Election" campaign in Anambra State because the same Nigeria police Force has failed to arrest the Arewa youths who committed treason by ordering Biafrans in Arewa land to quit Arewa territory before October 1st, 2017.  Biafra youths said that if Nigeria armed forces fail to arrest the Arewa youths who committed the treason, any proposal for INEC staff to come and sit anywhere in Biafra Land to conduct election is tantamount to intentional suicide by such INEC staff.

Dear INEC, Anambra State belongs to the Biafra youths, and this is the time which the youths promised to liberate Biafra Land from the shackles of alien occupational government imposed on them by Britain. Nigeria government can only avert the anarchy that is looming over the Land of Biafra by putting a stop to running from pillar to post seeking for solution where it does not exist but announce date for Biafra referendum or the situation may go beyond control when INEC may want to impose election on Biafrans without their acceptance of the said election.

I am now expecting nothing from INEC but outright cancellation of the election because the failure of the police to arrest Arewa youths has incapacitated them from being considered as capable of doing anything anymore. Thanks in advance for heeding  this advice contained in this open letter.

Yours sincerely,
Mazi Onyebuchi Eze
Family Writers Chief Media Analyst

1 comment

  1. A word is enough for the wise! No election in Biafra land!

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