Family Writers Intelligence Team in Awka, the Anambra State capital, has painstakingly uncovered a sinister plot to suspend the upcoming but already rigged Nigerian presidential election. Information obtained from an insider in the Awka office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), confirms the exact reason behind the setting ablaze of Card Readers and other relevant materials meant for use in the forthcoming presidential election billed for Saturday 16th February 2019. According to the anonymous informant, there was an order from above, to the Anambra State INEC Resident Commissioner, to stage-manage a fire outbreak incident on the trucks containing election materials, as a ploy to suspend elections in the States within Biafraland. Family Writers Press Undercover Team, further learnt of seeming palpable trepidation in Aso Rock since the news broke out that some Israeli and other foreign observers were already on ground in major cities across Biafraland to monitor compliance to the election boycott cum Biafra referendum by the Biafran people.
It is on situations like this that the professional prowess of such a media organization like Family Writers Press, is put to test. We want to categorically make it known to the world, that the Nigerian government is already in a panic situation arising from the uncompromising resolve of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), to completely and totally boycott the forthcoming presidential election. This is aimed at defiantly registering the displeasure of the people over the oppressive policies of Nigeria, hence the crafting out of porous reasons to suspend elections in the States of Biafraland. We have to importantly and categorically state here that should the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) eventually carry out it's suspension of elections in Anambra or any of the States within Biafraland, it is purely hinged on trying to avert the looming disgrace awaiting the Nigerian government on the event of IPOB's unprecedented one hundred percent boycott of the elections, to the amazement of the global community.
On further enquiries from the informant to ascertain if truly the election materials were yet in the razed trucks, he maintained that such could not easily and immediately be confirmed because of the distance between his office and the location of the fire incident. He however promised to give updates to Family Writers Press as events unfold in the INEC Headquarters in Awka, the Anambra State capital. But one thing is sure, monumental disgrace awaits the Nigerian government from IPOB's planned historic boycott of the presidential election billed for Saturday 16th February 2019.
Family Writers Press Investigative Team reporting.