IPOB States Reason For Stopping APC, PDP, Others Rallies In S/East
The outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has stopped the All Progressives Congress (APC), the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and other political parties in Nigeria, from holding rallies in the southeast region. Information Guide Nigeria
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In a statement by IPOB spokesperson, Emma Powerful, criticised southeast politicians, saying “They only care about 2023”, and not about how peaceful the southeast region is. POLITICS NIGERIA reports. jamb results
“We won’t allow APC and other political parties to continue to hold their rallies in our land while Fulani bandits operative with impunity kidnapping and raping our people, yet the politicians do nothing about it. All they care about is 2023. Enough is enough!” IPOB’s statement reads in part.
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