No more election in South-East until FG fixes a date for referendum, Kanu affirms

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[Abia]–The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu on Tuesday affirmed that there will be no election in South-East region until the Federal Government fixes a date for refrendum.

Kanu made this stance known while addressing a crowd of IPOB members at the palace of His Royal Majesty, Eze I.O Kanu in Isiama Afara Ukwu, Umuahia, Abia State.

The IPOB leader reiterated his resolve towards the struggle for the actualisation of Biafra Republic.

In a report by Daily Post, the crowd had gathered at the Palace, following a call he put out to IPOB members.

Addressing the crowd, Kanu said, “Yesterday, I asked Darlington to send a message to say that I want to see IPOBs here today, not too many of you I said but look at what came out.”

Kanu, in a loud voice asked the crowd, “Are we ready for freedom?”

Responding, the crowd chanted, “Yes!”

Speaking further, Kanu said, “Because we are not going back, until the zoo agrees on a date for referendum, there will be no election here anymore.

“We are starting with Anambra, that they may know that this land belongs to our ancestors.

“This land must be set free, here we shall die, and here we shall be buried.

“Anybody that says Biafra will not come, that person will not be alive!”

At that point, the crowd in a resounding shout said, “Iseee!!” meaning amen to his prayers.




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