Biafrans discussing the death at Nkpor
By Tim Tochukwu
For Biafra Choice Writers

Just yesterday, October 20, 2017, three people were killed simply because All Progressives Congress (APC) commenced their campaigns for the forthcoming election in Anambra State. Three people were reported dead at Nkpor junction, Onitsha, because Tony Nwoye, the party’s governorship candidate came to town.
As usual with the APC (Buhari’s) government, which is obsessed with “showing force” at every given opportunity, the drivers of the vehicles in Tony Nwoye’s convoy were driving recklessly like bats out of hell when one of them hit and killed a passerby. As is expected, the people got angry and started protesting. In the midst of the protest, one of his security personnel opened fire on the crowd, killing two more people. That location of Onitsha is now in a mourning mood.

That election comes up on November 18 – some 27 clear days from today – yet lives are already being lost. This is a major reason why Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) decided to boycott the election – because everything Buhari has ever touched was laden with violence and death. They know how murderous the Nigerian state, under Muhammadu Buhari, has become; and that he is ready to wipe out an entire population just to get his way.
It is because of the murderous intents of APC government and its agents, and their activities; as well as the violence they always unleash on the populace that the Biafrans have decided to boycott the election. Boycotting it, they have stated, will also help to showcase to the world that Biafrans are tired of being in a country which only legacy is to terrorize and murder its own citizens. Now, imagine that Nwoye has not even become anything in government and yet the smell of death has started following him around.
Boycotting the election and other elections in Biafraland, the people insist, will give them the moral standing to start organizing themselves by themselves on how to govern themselves. It would make it impossible for people to be elected who would give allegiance to the evil and occupying forces of Nigeria to brutalize their own people.

From the Deputy Leader of IPOB, Uche Mefor, a successful boycott of the Anambra election will be the first foot forward in organizing the referendum that will permanently set Biafra and Biafrans free from Nigeria’s demonic hold. So, boycott is no longer just civil defence; it is now the best way to stay alive.
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