BREAKING!!! IPOB withdraws threat to boycott 2019 polls
By Steve Oko
In barely 24 hours to the presidential and national assembly elections, the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi kanu, has cancelled his call for the boycott of the 2019 polls.
Kanu has before now, issued a sit-at-home order and boycott of the 2019 general elections through out the states within the break -away Biafra republic.
He had also scheduled Biafra referendum on February 16 alongside the presidential poll.
But, the IPOB leader in his broadcast on Radio Biafra Thursday night, announced a suspension of the sit at home order.
Wawa News Global gathered from a source very close to the IPOB leader that the action was “because his conditions for suspending the boycott have been met “.
Further inquiries on the conditions and who exactly met them did not elicit full response as the source promised to furnish our correspondent with details later.
It might ,however be as a result of appeals from “credible elders ” to the IPOB leader to reconsider the boycott option which many considered very injurious to Igbo cause.
Kanu, however, did not indicate which candidate his followers are to vote for but only said the election boycott had been suspended.
Although the suspension of the poll boycott will come to many as a surprise, the action will inadvertently dounce tension in South East geopolitical zone particularly as many were apprehensive the special military operation, Operation Python Dance lll could have adverse effects.
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