A popular political activist and a Twitter Influencer, Nefertiti has called on Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB to be active in politics. Nefertiti who is often called @Firstladyship on Twitter said the IPOB has what it takes to take over the Eastern states through the ballot.
She added that if the IPOB can push for the government houses and succeed then can now push for an Igbo presidency. Nefertiti made this known via her Twitter handle. Read her tweet below.
” Nnamdi Kanu’ s IPOB has what it takes to take over the South East. Organize & take the 5 government houses & State Assemblies, through the ballot. From then on, Biafrans can push for Igbo Presidency. I wish the IPOB can realize the enormous powers they wield in Nigeria & use it” .
” Ojokwu’ s Biafra was a different time & Era. Bless his soul. There was no internet, no Soro Soke back then. Nigeria’ s nascent democracy is going through its formative years. When push comes to shove, Nigerians sympathetic to Biafra will join any legitimate means to Igbo Presidency” .
However, her followers have reacted in various manners, read their reactions below.
@FelixNwankwo, ” We found excuse at any point to justify it, Oh my soul IPOB is not for your Igbo Presidency, our massage is very pure for everyone who cares to see, we only sound for referendum nothing more, for that same reason why Dim was not voted for what makes u think IPOB will be different” ?
Emmanuel, ” The election that brought Hope Uzodinma to power is a prime example that demonstrates the fact that elections don’ t matter in this country. People voted overwhelmingly for the opposition. Everyone knew who won. Yet, Hope was selected, not elected, to be governor” .
Uchechukwu, ” This Biafra agenda has tried being political and it failed countless times how people forget about Uwazurike baffles me. Once they meddle with politics its game over focus is lost forever” .
Justice, ” When Ojukwu returned from self- exile he was welcomed by over 1 million people. He ran for Senate and was defeated in his constituency in 1983″ .
” The Soro Soke movement was denied by the government despite glaring evidence and testimonies how much more a journey to the Igbo presidency” .