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Anambra: IPOB Should Think Twice As FG Vows To Deal With Anyone Plannning To Disrupt The Election

The forthcoming Anambra State Gubernatorial election has been a major cause for concern amongst Nigerians. While well-meaning citizens are preparing to elect their preferred candidate come 6 November 2021, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are planning otherwise, as their recent sit-at-home order scheduled for 5 to 10 November 2021 will interfere with the polls in Anambra State. A report from Daily Trust revealed that the Federal Government has vowed to deal decisively with any unscrupulous element that plans to disrupt the Anambra gubernatorial election.

Members of the proscribed group should think twice about the sit-at-home order on election day, as the FG seems to be serious with regards to the recent warning. It should be noted that disrupting an election is a grievous crime that shouldn't be taken with laxity.

If IPOB fails to withdraw the sit-at-home order in Anambra state on Election Day, it means that they are daring the FG and will have to dance to the music. Like we all know, the Nigerian military is a force to reckon with in Africa, as they have sophisticated weapons in their arsenal that can deal with enemies both from within and outside the country.

Members of the proscribed group and any other individual or group of persons trying to cause chaos on 6 November 2021 in Anambra state should note that the military might use force on them, which might be brutal.

Citizens of Anambra state are admonished to come out en masse on election day and vote for the candidate of their choice. Additionally, members of the public should warn their loved ones especially youths against disrupting the electoral process, as the government won't take it lightly with them.

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