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Anambra community disagrees with IPOB’s call to boycott election

The regent of Oba community in Idemili North local government area, Chief Noel Ezenwa has said that his community will not adhere to calls by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to boycott next month’s presidential election.

Ezenwa said politics plays a pivotal role in the life of Nigerians and that every eligible Nigerian should participate in the election as their fate would henceforth be entrusted in the hands of those voted to power during the election.

Speaking in his palace while welcoming the candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, for Anambra Central senatorial election, Senator Victor Umeh, the regent said those making such call were ignorant.

According to him, “We must be around to make this critical decision of who to vote. Politics is very pivotal to who rules us, and we must endeavour to vote on that day.

“Whoever is doing Python dance or snake dance or those who want a new country can leave us let us make the Decision of who will rule us. I urge all my subjects to go and vote, we will not boycott the process.”

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