The Biafra Nations League (BNL) has revealed why the sit at home order issued by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, was not observed by the South-South States.
BNL in a statement made available on Thursday by its Deputy National Leader and Head of Operations, BBs Media, Ebuta Takon, noted that many people in the South-South region who believe in the struggle do not have the guts to express themselves like the Igbo people.
Takon explained further that those who feel they’re not part of Biafra, especially those from parts of Rivers State, Bayelsa and Delta State are people who lacks knowledge and are being sponsored to overshadow those who are in the struggle.
“They feel so because they lack true knowledge of whom they are, I don’t blame them, even a sitting Governor is denying his Igbo identity to claim South South because he wants to benefit from the politics of South South,” the BNL leader noted.
Takon, an Ejagham native hailed Ejagham members of BNL for hoisting the flags in Akamkpa LGA of Cross River State on 30th May, he called on all Biafran supporters in the South-South to identify with BNL.
BNL said it’s members will continue to carry the region along despite lack of understanding among ethnic groups in the defunct Eastern region.