The Biafra Nations League on Monday threatened to work with the indigenous people of Bakassi Peninsula to halt the plan of the Federal Government to get support from Cameroon to fight against Biafra in the Gulf of Guinea.
The group in its statement stated that Nigeria will suffer heavy defeat if war breaks out and the world will shake.
BNL made this threat in a statement released by its operational commander, known as Aso Rock, a former 3rd commander of the militant group, the Bakassi Strike Force.
The group promised to be ready to fight back if the recent war equipment deployed to the Gulf of Guinea by the Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Awwal Gambo arrives Bakassi.
It further stated that it would work with Ambazonia to keep fighting Cameroon in order not to be a hindrance to the Biafran independence activities in the Gulf of Guinea.
BNL hinted that its men are not afraid to die, insisting that the Bakassi people and the entire Eastern Nigerians have decided to join hands to restore Biafra.
“We are not afraid of them getting back up from Cameroon, we are already dealing with Cameroon, and they are afraid of building any structures in the Bakassi Peninsula.”
“We are also part of the groups in Ambazonia fighting Cameroon, and we will make sure Nigeria does not enjoy any support from Cameroon.”
“BNL paramilitary should not be a threat to anyone, we are not after innocent people. We are not after security agencies.”
“We will only face them if they try to stop us from declaring Biafra from the sea. We are raising our flags peacefully and our paramilitary members will be carrying out these actions.”
“Something will happen, and it will shake the world. We are stopping activities by oil companies here, and if they fail to comply, we will treat them like criminals”.
Meanwhile, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. -Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru has warned that the Nigerian Army will soon clamp down on separatist agitators such as Sunday Igboho and Asari Dokubo.
Naija News reports that the Attahiru gave the warning in Uyo at the first Commanding Officers’ Workshop 2021.
Source: Naija News