BOMBSHELL!!! ROWLAND ANALYSING THE ISSUE OF NO-ELECTION IN ANAMBRA STATE



Christian Rowland reporting live for Odogwu media.... Rowland who is a public and business / project analyst, will systematically and constitutionally be analyzing the political issue of NO-ELECTION  in anambra state and the rest of the whole biafraland by IPOB and NNAMDI KANU.

First and foremost, the reason why you should boycott the elections is simply because it is Civil Disobedience. It is an inalienable right that is as old as democracy itself. Secondly, this is a democratic regime, though in name only, because this is a regime that still flout court orders. 

Therefore, the thought of Military Administrator is downright nonsensical. In this article, we are going to examine the reasons why it is illegal for a Sole Administrator to be appointed in Anambra State should there be a successful boycott of the polls by Ndi Anambra.

Chapter 6, Section 180, subsection 2a & b, of the 1999 constitution states clearly the terms by which the governor of a state will vacate his/her tenure. In summary the constitution made it clear that the governor must vacate his office at the end of the expiration of his four years, commencing from the date when he took his Oath of office. That is to say that the seat of the Anambra state governor must be declared vacant by November 18th, 2017. 

On the other hand, the constitution is also clear on the requirements that must be met before a winner in a governorship elections could emerge. Apart from, being a citizen, being of legal age limit, having the right educational qualification and an excellent criminal record, a winner can only emerge if he/she obtains the highest number of votes cast at the election. He must also have at least one-quarter of all the votes cast in each of at least two-thirds of all the Local Government Areas in the State. 

An effective boycott will ensure none of these happens and will lead to a vacancy at the State House in Awka, with the elections having been declared null and void. However, section 190, sub-section 2 of the 1999 constitution takes care of that emergency. Hence, it is stated there in black and white that should there be a vacancy the Speaker assumes authority for a period of three(3) months during which INEC will conduct fresh elections. Our people, especially the educated once should endeavour to read and educate others so that everyone knows their civic rights.

Furthermore, after three  months of the speakers reign as the stand in governor, fresh elections will be conducted and if they fail to give us a referendum date, the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) will have no option but to boycott again. Which means the speaker will continue to hold office for the duration of his tenure which is until 2019. 

In fact, if they fail to give us a Referendum date, their will be political impasse in the land and IPOB in conjunction with Ndi Anambra would have shown the whole world that we have rejected in totality, anything that has to do with this contraption called Nigeria. We will continue in this direction until 2019 when the speakers tenure will expire. Then come 2019, we will then unveil plan B.





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