BNL says Bakassi belongs to Biafra, threatens Nigeria, Cameroon forces
Bakassi Peninsula has been claimed by Biafra Nations League, BNL, as part of Biafra and has assured that it is battle ready to face both Cameroon and Nigeria forces should they be attacked in the cause of hoisting the Biafran flags in the place.
BNL said it does not recognize the ceding of Bakassi Peninsula to Cameroon by Nigeria Government, adding that this is why its operational headquarters is in the region.
The Deputy National leader of BNL, Ebuta Akor Takon and Chief Head of Operations of BNL, Henry Edet, in a jointly signed statement, the group said that its resolution in 2016, otherwise known as ‘Ekukunela Declarations’ made in the town of Ekukunela in Ikom, Cross River State, does not recognize what it described as the Anglo-German Treaty which Cameroon relied upon at the International Court of Justice to claim the Peninsula.
The group said the treaty was made by colonial masters and not with the natives, adding that it has decided to “destabilize the peace in the Gulf of Guinea unless Biafra is allowed to separate from Nigeria and Cameroon.”
“Those clamouring for Igbo Presidency in the South East as reason behind the agitation for Biafra should desist from doing so.
“The interest of other Biafrans especially the Bakassi people cannot be solved by an Igbo man becoming President.
“They should stop talking about Igbo Presidency, that’s not what we are fighting for, Biafra does not belong to the Igbo where they will tell us that they want to be President, it’s wrong.
“God has made it in a way that the Igbo will always be in the forefront of the struggle as majority tribe, but it will be disappointing if they accept Presidency.
“We are not just fighting for Igbo, but for all Biafrans including the Bakassi people under Cameroon bondage”.
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