BIAFRA: What We Have Done Is Positively Unprecedented in History – IPOB Dep. Leader Opens Up On Election Boycott

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SAHARANEWS – The Deputy leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Uche Mefor has finally reacted after Mazi Nnamdi Kanu called off the election boycott on Thursday.



Uche Mefor in a statement made available to SaharaNews said what IPOB has done is positively unprecedented in history securing what is in principle the future of both enemies and friends of IPOB in Biafraland.

Deputy IPOB Leader, Uche Mefor
He further said that all activities of IPOB continue for Biafra must be restored in the memory and on behalf of their fallen heroes and heroins who have paid the ultimate price that they may have freedom.

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He said : “Take it or leave it, what IPOB has done is positively unprecedented in history securing what is in principle the future of both enemies and friends of IPOB in Biafraland. Godwilling, all of you castigating IPOB , making money over the misery ,pains and agony of the vulnerable masses would be ashamed of yourselves.look up

“You will realise that what you pretend to be doing for the people in the past 50 years but still failed because you made personal financial deals have been secured selflessly by IPOB for the collective good in weeks.”

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“The calling off of the boycott of the presidential election is strictly because the holistic demands we made are positively responded and extension for the purposes of giving greater freedom of choice to those who want to participate in the charade (for our view has not changed) but in the process are limited by our stance. In all these ,only one date stands out : 16 February 2019 but the resultant effect would be positively enduring for all.”

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” You must therefore make no mistake about it: all activities of IPOB continue for Biafra must be restored in the memory and on behalf of our fallen heroes and heroins who have paid the ultimate price that we may have our freedom.”

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