Some human rights’ activists and politicians have commended the people of Anambra for making its Nov. 18 governorship election successful despite threats by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
They, in separate interviews, that the large turnout of voters signified democracy and patriotism at work.
The Secretary-General of Inter-Party Advisory Council, Mr Shola Omolola, said that the people exhibited a high level of intelligence toward the election.
“The turnout of voters in the election simply implies that the voters are wiser and smarter than they were before; they believe in democracy and want it to grow.
“They also know that IPOB cannot represent the government,’’ Omolola said.
Also, Mr Dennis Aghanya, the Secretary-General, Anti-Corruption and Research-Based Data Initiative, said the turnout was a testimony that the Igbos were…
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