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BNYL Faults IPOB Proposed System of Government

By Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL

Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL has dismissed the announcement by the Media and Publicity Secretary of the Nnamdi Kanu led Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Emma Powerful revealing the kind of system of government that will suit an independent Biafran nation. Faulting the comments, the National Leader of BNYL, Princewill Chimezie Richard cautioned IPOB against it's drastic moves that will place Biafra as an autocratic Nation.

The group rejected the proposal adding that any such document will not be accepted as Biafran constitution.

"No group should impose it's Organizational affairs on Biafra.

You don't sit abroad to create constitutions, whoever is proposing a constitution should come home and summon those it concerned".

BNYL also said it would reject any attempt to annex or include middle belt or any part of the State that was not part of the defunct Biafra.

" Igalla, Idoma and middle belt remains our neighbouring tribes, the fact that they shares border with Enugu, Ebonyi and Cross River does not make them part of us, they can be tiny borrowed cultures but we won't welcome such idea.

Even among the Eastern tribes, all have opinions and rights to decision. Our territorial integrity is far beyond groups pronouncements".

Meanwhile, BNYL has stated that it would embark on ideological and strategic movement and campaign in remote areas in the Southeast and Southsouth.

It revealed the group's achievements in areas it classified as "strategic locations in Biafra".

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Chuma Anierobi | 1/18/2019 11:59:00 PM
Some people are sowing seeds of trouble as Fela talk say trouble dey sleep nyanga go wekam up. The first trouble was imposed on us but this time some unguided people are busy trying to create a major trouble for us. A word is enough for the wise. f**ls rush in where angels fear to thread.
God will make a way where there seem to be no way.
By: Het