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Sunday, 6 August 2017

Anambra ballot : Elections should keep – MASSOB

The movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign country of Biafra ( MASSOB ) has informed Indigenous human beings of Biafra,(IPOB ) that the governorship election slated for November 18 in Anambra state will maintain.
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The national Director of facts of MASSOB, Sunday Okereafor, who spoke in a smartphone interview with SUNDAY PUNCH on Saturday, said it changed into wrong for every body to mention election might not preserve in the nation.

Okereafor explained that MASSOB might hurricane Awka, the Anambra kingdom capital, on September 13, 2017 to rejoice the 18th anniversary of the movement, adding that the group become planning to establish a Biafra radio station in Germany.

He stated, “Eighteen years of MASSOB lifestyles might be celebrated on September thirteen, 2017. we are able to rejoice it in a big manner and MASSOB is saying election need to maintain in Anambra. It ought to definitely preserve.

“we've come a protracted way and we're the founders of the struggle. all the seasoned-Biafra corporations got here out of MASSOB. we are telling Anambra humans to go in advance in November and be part of the election.”

He mentioned that the radio station might no longer be used for hate speech and blackmail of other ethnic businesses, including that “real records” could be disseminated to the humans.

saying MASSOB welcomed simplest authentic opponents, Okereafor explained that insisting that there would be no election in Anambra could put the lives of the human beings in chance.

“IPOB is inaccurate to have said election will not maintain. How can they are saying election will no longer hold? They need to create issues in Nigeria. They need our humans to be killed once more?

“we are announcing no violence and they're inciting violence. The people of Anambra should go ahead and opt for their leaders at the day of the election,” he delivered.

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