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2 Things Gov. Willie Obiano May Not Tolerate From Igbos During Anambra Gubernatorial Election

It is no longer news that Igbos in Anambra State have stated that there will be no election on November 6th, according to several news surfacing in the media. However, there are two things Governor Willie Obiano may not tolerate from Igbos during the Anambra 2021 gubernatorial election.

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1.Governor Willie Obiano may not tolerate noise, agitation, or any form of violence from the good people of Anambra during the gubernatorial election that will take place on November 6th 2021.

2. The Anambra State governor may not tolerate the sit-at-home protest organized by the secessionist group.

In case you missed the report, the Anambra Igbos have vowed to sabotage the election in whatever manner they can. However, the purpose of disrupting the election, as we all know, is to ensure that the leader is released. However, as much as I understand what Igbos do, they may not come out to vote during the 2021 gubernatorial election.

Furthermore, the Igbos should be aware that the sit-at-home protest is against the government's will. Governor Willie Obiano may also not tolerate agitation or violence that may disrupt the gubernatorial election. Igbos in Anambra should come out in large numbers to vote for their preferred candidate, who would run the state for another four years.

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