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Poor Independence Day festivity demonstrates absence of solidarity in Nigeria — IPOB

By Chimaobi Nwaiwu

NNEWI—THE Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, yesterday said that the supposed dull demeanor and reaction by Nigerians towards the October 1 autonomy festivity has uncovered Nigeria’s disunity and affectation by Nigerian pioneers towards solidarity in the nation.

IPOB in an announcement by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Comrade Emma Powerful, likewise unveiled that it will impel blacklist of 2019 general decisions until every one of those with distorted feeling of national solidarity under the barrel of the firearm, see sense and consent to a choice on self assurance.

“IPOB will guarantee no race is led in the South East and South. We approach the great individuals of the Middle Belt, the oppressed dominant part of northern Nigeria and dynamic components in Yorubaland, to join IPOB in securing 70 for each penny of Nigeria’s landmass amid forthcoming 2019 general decisions.”

The Biafra bunch said it is bounteously clear for whoever considerations to know, that Nigeria isn’t joined together and can never be joined under the present organization of All Progressives Congress, APC, and its “aggressive unitary plan”

IPOB expressed that Nigeria as a British trial is an entire and aggregate catastrophe, a fizzled undertaking of terrible extent, including that ” the main thing holding the nation together is degenerate propensity of the gravely taught decision class resolved to hold everyone down as they advance their cabalistic gathering enthusiasm to the detriment of the prosperity of the majority.

“According to the dull reaction from the people towards the once disorderly Independence Day festivities on October 1, whatever affectations there were with respect to solidarity or absence of it in Nigeria has been exposed for the world to see.”

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/10/poor-freedom day-festivity demonstrates absence of-solidarity in-nigeria-ipob/

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