The wife of late Biafran warlord, Odumegwu Ojukwu,Bianca has reacted to the order by IPOB that residents should boycott the forthcoming Anambra electi...
The wife of late Biafran warlord, Odumegwu Ojukwu,Bianca has reacted to the order by IPOB that residents should boycott the forthcoming Anambra election.
Bianca ,she is the former Nigeria ambassador to Spain, she lamented the federal government’s absence in Anambra. She pleaded with the people of the state to vote for Willie Obiano since he was meeting her late husband’s dreams Bianca.
The late Biafra warlord, Odumegwu Ojukwu, called on those asking residents of Anambra state to boycott the forthcoming governorship election to have a rethink or face the consequences. Bianca also asked the agitators to commence the boycott in their own states and leave Anambra state alone.
This is the first time the former Nigeria ambassador to Spain Bianca ,would speak concerning the agitation for Biafra republic being championed by Nnamdi Kanu and others.
Daily Trust reports that Bianca made the declaration while speaking during the inauguration of the Akpokuodike Fans Club, in Awka, Anambra state. She, however, complained about the near absence of the federal government in Anambra state in the area of infrastructure.
According to her, APGA remains the voice of Ndigbo and the party should be supported. She told the club members that they had a major role to play as APGA and its leadership are replica and model of late Dim Odumegwu Ojukwu’s dream of a region where excellence prevails.
She pleaded with the people of the state to return Obaino for a second term for posterity sake and to sustain the dividends of good governance.
Barrister Chika Ekwunugo, who is the heads the fans club, stated that the organisation has bases in the 177 communities in the state and is projected to have at least 500 ambassadors in each town before the end of September. earlier reports that the Coalition of Northern Youth Groups (CNYG) finally withdrew the quit notice it issued Nigerians of Igbo extraction to leave the 19 northern states by October 1. The CNYG’s decision to withdraw the quit notice followed series of meetings with numerous stakeholders.