Nnamdi Kanu Lacks Knowledge About Referendum Process- Ex Minister Chidoka

 Nigeria's former Aviation Minister Osita Chidoka on Monday picked up the nomination form of the United Progressive Party (UPP), to enable him contest in the upcoming Anambra state governorship elections.
Speaking thereafter, he said the elections will hold, as against the declaration of Nnamdi Kanu of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

“Building a nation is not a day’s job, not a decade or century’s job. It is work in progress. Today I pick the nomination form of United Progressive Party (UPP); I will want to mobilise governance in Anambra State. “Governance in Anambra today is a celebration of the ordinary; and we want to move away from celebrating the ordinary to a state whose potentials are made manifest. We want a state that is transparent; we will arrest poverty and ensure justice.

“I believe IPOB is forcing a dialogue on referendum in Nigeria; it is pushing an agenda to say it wants a date for referendum, and I believe they know that for you to exercise the powers of a referendum, you need to be a registered voter. And one of the ways to show you have a majority for a referendum is to participate in the political process. I believe when they understand the implications of their threat, they will eventually change their point of view.”

UPP's National Chairman, Chief Chekwas Okorie, said IPOB’s leadership is not well informed about the referendum process, and that it will be suicidal if the election does not hold.
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