Imo Guber: MASSOB Alleges Plot To Disrupt Poll By Paid Agents Using Their Name

Imo Guber: MASSOB Alleges Plot To Disrupt Poll By Paid Agents Using Their Name

by Victor Ndubuisi

According to the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), certain hired opponents intend to sabotage Imo State’s governorship election on November 11.

Uchenna Madu, the leader of MASSOB, dissociated the organisation from any such scheme to sabotage the next election.

Madu claimed that these opponents were threatening to sabotage the next election by exploiting the MASSOB label.

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“Nobody can stop the Imo State governorship election on November 11, 2023,” Madu said in a statement he signed.


The statement reads partly: “We have observed that some disgruntled elements and impostors who disguise themselves as pro-Biafran agitators are using the self-determination struggle for Biafra for selfish and personal interest of amassing wealth and monetary gains.

“They use the name of Biafra for trading in an unknown and non-existing Biafra portfolio, such as Biafra Prime Minister, Biafra Republic Government in Exile, Biafra De facto government, etc.

“We also note that it will give express room for the low turnout of the people, it will give more room to the corrupt INEC officials for the Imo State Governorship Election to massively rig the election against the people’s wish.

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“It is also a means of calling for anarchy in Imo State.

“It will also give express room for emergency administration in Imo State by the federal government led by Alhaji Ahmed Bola Tinubu.

“MASSOB warns these paid detractors, unfriendly and self-acclaimed pro-Biafra agitators to desist from deceiving our people and turning the self-determination struggle of Biafra into merchandise.”



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