To keep prompting voters ahead of election, Posters and handbills by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, approaching Biafrans to boycott election in Anambra State and different states, have overwhelmed lanes and streets in Onitsha, and different zones.
The notices had picture of IPOB Leader, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu with engravings like, ‘No Election in Biafran land and Anambra State,’ and ‘Vote for Referendum’ were glued at key spots, advising the individuals to stay inside amid the November 18 Anambra governorship race.
Police in the state had, a week ago, captured two IPOB individuals with the publications in Onitsha, at the same time, in spite of that, the group proceeded to circle the blurbs and handbills, demanding that governorship race in Anambra State ought to be boycotted.
The geoup said it would fill in as common noncompliance, pending when a submission will be directed for exit of Biafra individuals in Nigeria through referendum.
It was accumulated that the notices were seen two days prior with various messages and pictures, while some drag Kanu’s photo while others had the late Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu’s photo, advising occupants to sit-at-home or blacklist the prospective race (Boycott the election)
Responding to the boycott call, Chairman of the Civil Liberties Organization (CLO) in the state, Mr. Vincent Ezekwueme advised IPOB for endeavoring to make pointless strain, and said it would be adverse and awful if the election is boycotted.
Ezekwueme, notwithstanding, asked each subject of the state to take part in the election, similarly as he exhorted the general population to vote in favor of an applicant that will be in charge of their welfare.
Likewise, Board Chairman, International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law (Intersociety), Mr. Emeka Umeagbalasi prompted expert Biafran group to take an interest in the race and choose valid individuals that will pilot issues of the state and the nation in general.
Umeagbalasi, who gave the exhortation when the administration of Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), drove by Mr. Uchenna Madu, went to him in his office in Onitsha, said choice would come through exchange and understanding and not by force.
Umeagbalasi noticed that the best way to be associated with a popularity based society is to take part in the discretionary framework and not to boycott races.
He said in as much as he trusts in the battle for self-assurance as championed by MASSOB, IPOB and different groups, they should take after due process and tranquil way to accomplish their point.