In the case of Anambra elections, Nnamdi Kanu’s first mistake was that he did not consider the usually consensual approach of the Igbo in taking decisions.
Secondly, whereas it could be said that the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is hundred per cent Igbo, it is not likely that every Igbo is IPOB, and on that ground, it is a wonder how he would realise his total boycott drive when he has failed to consider the views of others on the road to decision.
Thirdly, his speaking at all times, and in all manners, added with repudiating the rules of war (good generals do not open too many fronts at a time), he has endangered his project, which though is not even improper.
Fourthly, from his utternaces, it is obvious he has not read much about other like agitators and revolutionaries, who spend more time drawing and working workable strategies before actions. Hear Sun Tzu: “tactics/actions without strategy are the noise before defeat…. (as) … strategies without tactics are the longest road to victory.”
NK ought to understand by