They Made the Right Move But Miss the Point

Elochukwu Nicholas
13th October 2018

You all have every right to rejoice, but I have every right to tell you this fact. Taking Peter Obi as VP by Atiku is a good move. Ndi Igbo deserved it. But yet it is a blunder as far as Nigeria and her hate for Ndi Igbo is concern. The rest of Nigerians will show you how really they hate Igbo and anything Igbo. 80% of the Yoruba will vote for Buhari Osibanjo. Even those supporting Atiku will work against him on election day.

All the Atikulated Ndi Igbo will come back in shame after 2019 election. It will become obvious that Buhari won, not just because of rigging, but because he won the North and entire Yoruba land.

You will not believe this today, but soon you all will believe.

You gained 10% and lost 50%. You are still a loser. 

In Biafra freedom lies.



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