Biafra Nations League, BNL, has affirmed the expulsion of Cameroon’s public banner from Abana, previous central command of Bakassi Peninsula under Cameroon.
In an assertion sent to DAILY POST on Tuesday, named: ‘BNL cuts down Cameroon public banner in Bakassi Peninsula,’ the Head of Operations of BNL, Henry Edet, revealed this to newsmen on Monday.
Edet said, “We assembled that the activity was completed last night by local armies faithful to the gathering, following dangers by BNL to eliminate boards bearing the Republic of Cameroon, this is coming a day after the visit of the National Leader of BNL, Princewill Chimezie Richards.”
He additionally uncovered that it was impractical to lift the Biafra banner because of inconsistent shooting by powers from Cameroon in the space last night.
According to him, BNL scowled at the state of the remainders in the area, demanding that the gathering won’t deliberately ignore the situation.
Meanwhile, BNL has kicked in as the Nigerian Navy a couple of days prior declared designs to set up two functional bases in Ikang and Dayspring Island in Bakassi.
The move is accepted to be because of the developing frailty in the region.
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