By Chimpuruimeihenile Immanuel Ukoha (Abia writers)
Edited by Livingrich Ezeikpe
The massacre at St. Philips Catholic Church Ozubulu by men of the underworld can't be overemphasized especially now that it concerns a church that IPOB members disrupted Obiano's electoral campaign when he went to give vain political promises as usual.
It has been gathered that some politicians have been going to churches to campaign ahead of the 2019 general elections in Nigeria, to tell of the importance of voter's registration exercise. In a church (name withheld) at Aba, some persons were educating some worshippers on the importance of registering for elections in Aba.

The worshippers were told to register for the elections and get their voter's card, which will serve as a tool to get money from the politicians even if they wish to boycott the elections since the politicians will share money during campaign. This information/education has been going on in most churches. This is a guise to get peoples thumbprint and use it to rig the upcoming elections. The Nigerian independent national electoral commission (INEC) is a falsifier extraordinaire; she doesn't need 2 million registered voters card to get 30 million voters.

Obiano went to buy the minds of the worshippers at St. Philips Catholic Church Ozubulu with his vain manifestos and message about the importance of voter's card but was disgraced by IPOB. Obiano-an Hausa Fulani slave, in order to assure his masters the Hausa-Fulani oligarchs that he is in charge of Anambra state and not Nnamdi Kanu nor IPOB, massacred the same people he was meant to protect, just to score cheap political points.

The IPOB members spoilt business for him, so he decided to pay them back by employing Hausa-Fulani bloodsuckers to slaughter them. The St. Philips Ozubulu massacre was carried out to serve as a deterrent to other worshippers who intend to boycott his election.

But the message has already been sent to the Anambra people, "No referendum, no election" in Biafraland starting from Anambra state and the order stands, because the voice of the people speaks louder than that of the corrupt politicians, and must be heard and hearkened to by all and sundry.

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