INEC Postponed Elections Because of This – Nnamdi Kanu

IPOB Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has revealed why he thinks the Presidential and national Assembly elections earlier slated for today, Saturday 16, February were shifted to next week.

In a tweet, the secessionist group leader said that die minute termination of the election boycott he had earlier declared is the primary reason INEC had to postpone elections.

Kanu shared photos of fake printed results which he alleged where for Abia State, declaring that the results had been prepared aforetime with considerations that IPOB members in the area won’t vote.

In the tweet Nnamdi Kanu wrote:

One announcement calling off IPOB boycott late Thursday evening followed by 11th-hour postponement of elections by INEC late on Friday is confirmation of the colossal might of IPOB.

As you may know, INEC had said it postponed the elections following logistics imbalance. Kanu had earlier called for a boycott of the 2019 Elections but rescinded his decision on Thursday evening after claiming that the preconditions and terms requested for smooth conduct of the elections had been met.


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