IPOB might call off 2019 boycott if – Nnamdi Kanu

The Leader of the pro-Biafran activist group IPOB, Prince Nnamdi Kanu, has signalled that IPOB Might be willing to call off its boycott of the 2019 elections if some concessions are made to it.

In a broadcast from his base in Israel, he said;
“The point of what I have been saying is simple: The raging debate issuing from IPOB’s decision to boycott the 2019 elections should not be about the pros and cons. Rather, those that know that the boycott will hurt them should direct their energy to consideration of the political concessions that can be made to IPOB to persuade it to call off the boycott.

He did not go into specifics about what concessions he was talking about. And it is not clear if he was referring to IPOB’s demand for a referendum on Biafra’s independence.

Efforts so far to get an official statement from an authoritative person in the Federal Government have proven abortive.

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