Biafra group mocks Wike over land borders curfew
For imposing a curfew on land borders of Rivers state, the Biafra Nations League, BNL, has mocked the State Governor, Nyesom Wike.
The Governor had on Tuesday imposed a night curfew at all entry and exit points with Abia, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa and Imo States.
In a State broadcast, Wike said the curfew which takes effect from Wednesday night, is necessitated by the recent security breaches and deadly attacks on security personnel by yet to be identified gunmen.
He said the Government of Rivers State decided to restrict night movements in and out of the state for caution.
But in his reaction to the Governor’s decision, Deputy National leader of BNL, and Head of Operations, BBS Media, Ebuta Akor Takon, in a statement on Tuesday, said the so-called “unknown gunmen” are indigenes of the state.
He said “The Rivers State Governor was trying to make it look like the unknown gunmen were entering from other states,” adding that “the yet to be identified gunmen who attacked security personnel in Isiokpo and Abua recently were indigenes of the state.”
“Wike is trying to accuse people from other states especially the Igbo’s of entering from Imo and Abia to attack securities.
“The curfew is a huge joke and waste of time. The unknown gunmen are already in the state and are indigenes.”
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