BNYL said this while maintaining that the struggle for the Independence of “Biafra is still alive.”
Leader of the group, Princewill Obuka made the remark in reaction to the Nigerian Government’s claim that it has dealt with the agitation in the South East and South South.
A statement signed by Obuka and sent to DAILY POST, said there, “will be bloodshed if the government continues to impose military actions in the region.”
Obuka warned that the Federal government must learn from the violent activities in Cameroon.
“FG should learn from what is happening in Cameroon, the French government is receiving the results of its military actions” Obuka said.
Obuka also disclosed that the group is in close collaboration with “Anglophone secessionists and will only continue with its non-violent activities provided they don’t act foolishly like what they did to Kanu.”