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BNYL Reacts To Ohaneze’s Statement On Biafra

BNYL Reacts To Ohaneze's Statement On Biafra

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BNYL Reacts To Ohaneze’s Statement On Biafra

The Biafra Nations Youth League, (BNYL), has reacted to the statement by the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo on the feasibility of Biafra. The group, in a statement on Sunday, advised the Ohaneze to stop building castles in the air, adding that the Northern part of the country will never yield to the restructuring of the country.

…Describes Ohaneze Ndigbo Restructuring Summit As A Waste Of Time

BNYL Reacts To Ohaneze's Statement On Biafra

BNYL Reacts To Ohaneze’s Statement On Biafra

The Biafra Nations Youth League, (BNYL), has reacted to the statement by the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo on the feasibility of Biafra. The group, in a statement on Sunday, advised the Ohaneze to stop building castles in the air, adding that the Northern part of the country will never yield to the restructuring of the country.

Recall that NIGERIA NEWS reported that the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, advised pro-Biafra groups to accept restructuring, because Biafra is not feasible.

Reacting, BNYL Leader, Princewill Richard, in the statement described the efforts of the apex Igbo association as a “waste of time”.

He said: “Everyone knows that those clamoring for restructuring are just hiding from Biafra struggle. The Ohanaeze should know that restructuring Nigeria is not also feasible, it’s unrealistic.”

“The north being in charge of the National Assembly, the Executive and the Judiciary will never allow a restructured Nigeria.”

“Although a restructured Nigeria would have been good, as that will favour the ongoing struggle for independence of Biafra, but knowing or suspecting that maybe the game plan, the north and west will not fall mugu.”

“I laugh when I hear President of Ohanaeze say that he has brought entire Southern Nigeria together and the three geopolitical zones are now backing their restructuring agenda; he will be disappointed at the last minute.”

“Our fathers went to war when Nigeria refused to implement Ojukwu’s proposal to restructure the country during the Aburi Accord; will Ohanaeze be ready to retrace it steps if their restructuring clamour fails?”.

However, the BNYL stated that the Ohanaeze is free to continue with their summit, which is to be held on Monday in Awka, Anambra state, while also calling on the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to withdraw its threat to disrupt the event.

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