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Anambra Election: Igbo stakeholders react to IPOB’s cancellation of sit at home order

Following the Indigenous People of Biafra’s (IPOB) cancellation of the one-week sit-at-home exercise for the November 6 gubernatorial election in Anambra State, some stakeholders have praised the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the apex Igbo socio-cultural body, for her critical interventions and engagements credited with the cancellation of the one-week sit-at-home by the pro-Biafra group.

The foremost young socio-cultural organization in Igboland, according to reporters, has been engaged in extensive engagement with agitators over the last week, culminating in the formation of the Anambra Election Security Monitoring Committee, which has made far-reaching gains in its defection.

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According to Chukwudi, “they believe that if there is any group that should receive the most credit for this positive turn of events, it is the Youth Wing of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, which had from the onset, not only declared its determination to ensure that the election held, but also matched words with action by moving into Anambra to drive the negotiations and engagements”.

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On his part, Mrs. Janet Nwabueze, a medical doctor, lauded the Indigenous People of Biafra, for heeding to the voice of reasoning to enable the electorates exercise their rights, in the Anambra polls, which is vested on them by the constitution of the land.

He regretted that the continued exercise has heightened tension in the southeast which culminated in the heavy presence of military force and other conventional security agencies in Nigeria, to the southeast region,

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She appealed to the federal government to release Nnamdi Kanu to douse the tension and also other threats to the corporate existence of Nigeria, particularly in Igbo land.

He called on critical stakeholders to see to the peaceful resolution of the agitations by the pro-Biafra group in the southeast, not to continue playing into the gallery towards addressing demands of the IPOB.

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