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On Thursdays, the Biafra Nation Youth League, BNYL, claimed that the Buhari government was using the COVID-19 to stop them from gathering.

However, the Biafra group said the Coronavirus will not be a barrier to the restoration of Biafra adding that COVID-19 will not distract them from marking Biafra Heroes day come 30th May.

The Deputy National Leader of BNYL, Ebuta Takon announced this in Calabar, Cross River state, and was contained in a statement he sent to DAILY POST.

Akor alleged that Nigeria’s lockdown was not against COVID-19 but the government’s move to stop secession groups from gathering.

He said:

“He and BNYL members have since last week been violating the lockdown and social distancing orders of the government because no law in Nigeria recognized social distancing and he cannot be prosecuted for not obeying such orders. Members of this group are immune to the virus.”

Biafra will be restored with or without the support of the Ijaw Youth Council.

“It was the mentality of some Ijaw youths that led to the reasons the government succeeded in deceiving some people in South-south to hate Biafra, and now BNYL is here with overwhelming support and membership from Cross River, Bakassi Peninsula, Akwa Ibom, Rivers and even Bayelsa been homogeneous Ijaw,”

he said.



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