There will be no election in Southeast without Biafra referendum

The leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu continued to defy the bail conditions set prior to his release by an Abuja High Court as he warned that there will be no election in the South East starting with November 18, Governorship election unless a referendum was organised for the actualisation of an Independent State of Biafra.

In a 16 minutes, 21 seconds video posted on Youtube, Tuesday, Kanu told a congregation of Biafran supporters that there would be no form of election in the Southeast during the 2019 general elections, stressing that he would not relent in his agitation for Biafra.

The IPOB leader said, “If the Federal Government does not agree with us on a date for a referendum, there will be no elections in the southeast, we are starting with Anambra come November this year. There will be no governorship election in Anambra State, no Councilor-ship elections in Biafra land if they (federal government) fail to call for a referendum.”

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“In 2019, the whole of Biafra land will not vote for any president. There will be no Senator, there will be no House of Reps, there will be no House of Assembly and there will be no Councilor-ship elections in Biafra land if they (federal government) fail to call for a referendum.

“Nigerian government should build as many prisons as possible to jail all Biafrans because there is no going back and we are ready to go there (prisons) unless the federal government gives us Biafra.

“We are not like any other people. People like us don’t come twice. That’s why I know that with the last breath in this very body that Biafra will be restored. There’s nothing anybody can do about it. Tell them that’s what I said. Nobody on this earth can stop Biafra,” Kanu maintained.

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It will be recalled that while granting the IPOB leader bail in April, Justice Nyako listed 12 conditions, including an order that he should avoid being in a gathering of more than 10 people, an order Kanu has serially violated since his release.