UNREGISTERED OFE NSALA PARTY WINS ANAMBRA GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION!
The recently concluded 2017 Anambra Gubernatorial Election was won by the Boycott or Ofe Nsala Party of IPOB (Indigenous Peoples of Biafra). Out of 2,158,171 registered voters, only 457,311 bothered to go to the polls, a decrease of 8580. This decrease could be attributed to dead voters. 1700860 voters stayed home to enjoy their delicious ofe nsala and nni ji.
The voter’s list increased by 388044, which almost matched the increase in the stay-at-home voters of 396624. This represents new voters in the 18+ age range. This is the strength of IPOB.
Conclusion: The youth, which constitute the strength of IPOB, boycotted the elections. The older voters were dragged to the polls by monetary inducements. Some observations estimate the inducements to be as much as 5000 Naira per voter from all parties. With 457311 going to the polls, the election collectively cost the three billionaires, Peter Obi, Willie Obiano, and Arthur Eze, 2.3 billion Naira. Adding intraparty and advertising expenses, the 2017 Anambra Gubernatorial Election cost over 5 billion Naira.
This is 5 billion Naira of roads, schools, bridges, hospitals, water supply, power supply, gratuities, pensions, and salaries.
Africastallestman wants to remind Anambranians that you cannot “eat your cake and still have your cake.” There will be no money politics as presently practiced in Nigeria, in Biafra. The youth who boycotted this election is the future of Biafra. They have said yes to a referendum on Biafra and it will happen.
Total voters: 1,770,125
1,304,236 stayed home.
451826 went to polls, 26%.
Total voters: 2,158,171
1,700,860 stayed home, an increase of 396624 over 2013.
457,311 went to polls, a decrease of 8580 (death of older voters?), 21%.
Voters increased by 388,044.
The increase in the voters roll almost matched the increase in the stay-at-homes. This represents the new uncorrupted young voters. This is the future of the Igbos.