The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra has said the postponement of the presidential and National Assembly polls by the Independent National Electoral Commission was an evident that President Muhammadu Buhari is jittery.
The lawmaker representing Owerri Senatorial Zone in the National Assembly , Senator Sam Anyanwu , has raised the alarm on the risks involved in the presidential and National Assembly announced by Independent National Electoral Commission in the early hours of Saturday .
MASSOB in a statement by its leader, Uche Madu , on Saturday , said that INEC danced to the tune of the Buhari led Federal Government .
The group said that the election was postponed because intelligence report by the Presidency showed that the All Progressives Congress would lose .
MASSOB said that the last minute postponement of the polls was act of cowardice by the Federal Government .
The statement read , “The sudden cancelation of today ’ s presidential and National Assembly elections by INEC is an open and undeniable evidence that President Muhammadu Buhari – led APC is jittery and uncomfortable about the outcome of the election results. ”
“ INEC played and dance to the tune of the Presidency to frustrate the will and zealousness of citizens.
Through MASSOB intelligence Agency working with foreign intelligence firm , we discovered that because of the eloquent evidence and intelligence security report that President Muhammadu Buhari will lose . ”
It also said , “ MASSOB also described the cancellation as an act of cowardice from General Muhammadu Buhari , who boasted that he could crush any opposition as a onetime Army General .
We wish to remind the Presidency that no power on earth can crush the will of the people . No black nation can stop Biafra . ”
“ MASSOB wishes to remind the people of Nigeria , Biafra and Oduduwa that their willpower and patience is being tested .
Don’ t succumb or derail from your positive positions and stand for progressive governance. ”
Anyanwu said it would have been tidier if INEC had earlier announced the postponement before different stakeholders left their normal locations to travel for the elections.