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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

HOW THE UNMASKING OF JUBRIL AMINU AL-SUDANI AMOUNTS TO ELECTION BOYCOTT

HOW THE UNMASKING OF JUBRIL AMINU AL-SUDANI AMOUNTS TO ELECTION BOYCOTT

Clarifying the gullible who have been taunting with the question of why the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has greatly intensified efforts in comprehensively unmasking the Sudanese impostor called Jubril Aminu Al-Sudani. He is a body double that is parading himself as late President Muhammadu Buhari and occupying the highest political seat in Nigeria. The tenacious expository approach  adopted in this exercise, has equally created an momentous awareness and ignition of realism for this writer who has deep and better understanding of the operational module of this very rare global mass movement known as Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Unmasking of this Sudanese impersonator and exposing the glaring reality of our preparedness to the civilized global community, to particularly boycott every Nigeria-organized election, are strategically placed to announce our resolve. Moreover, it is quite unacceptable, insensitive, irrational and criminal to allow an impostor, a foreigner for that matter, who has no democratic right to seek the people's mandate in an election. It is a betrayal of the people's trust and confidentiality on their fellow co-inhabitants as stipulated by the law of the land. How can a sane being ever contemplate that a highly reputable globally acclaimed freedom fighting mass movement like the IPOB, will repudiate her well articulated civil disobedience strategic approach, even when several national and international bodies have tested and aligned with her tenacious commitment for the unfettered freedom of her homeland? IPOB has steadily and uncompromisingly stated in unmistakable terms,  her apolitical stance in her resilient push for absolute freedom of Biafra and her citizens.

It is not surprising though that even in the entire African continent, enlightened freedom fighting is a strange evolution. But it should be clearly stated that there is virtually no other easier or better alternative than the civilized approach for freedom as being intelligently/uniquely adopted by the IPOB. Therefore, the most important thing to do is to apply valuable measures needed to wholistically upturn the plots of the enemies in every sphere.

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide, has undoubtedly proven to all that care, her commitment in ensuring that the emancipation dreams of Biafrans come to fruition, devoid of any form of political/monetary corruption. By every democratic means which include referendum, the IPOB has steadily been rendering ineffective, all th evil machinations of the agents of the Nigerian State. Election boycott remains sacrosanct and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the IPOB leader, has meticulously been reminding humanity about this. Anyone therefore, that is thinking that unmasking of Jubril Aminu Al-Sudani should be divorced from the scheduled Nigeria election in 2019, as presently being campaigned,  needs to really have a rethink. Such an individual has to avail himself/herself  of the opportunity of   education given by the IPOB archive right from the 30th of May civil disobedience exercise and that of Anambra election boycott of November 2017.

The unmasking of this Sudanese impostor and the criminal silence of the Nigerian band of political merchants, even when there exists irrefutable evidential proofs, are legitimate reasons why Biafrans and all men of good conscience especially within the Nigerian contraption, must demonstrate their demands for justice. This they should do rather than filing out at different polling units to renew their slavery under the guise of casting their ballots for self-serving political hooligans and furthering the criminal enrichment of an impostor. They should courageously call it quits to actualize their God-given mandate for freedom, equity and justice.

Written by Moses Agbo

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press

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