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Biafra youth oppose Biya's visit to Nigeria

05 May 2016, 17:11

Abuja - The Biafra Nations Youth League (BNYL) has condemned the visit by Cameroon President, Paul Biya, alleging plans by his administration to thwart cooperation between the Biafra movement and Southern Cameroonians.

Biya is in Nigeria on a state visit.

“On our own side, Biya's visit to Buhari is to break our link with our people of former British Southern Cameroons, as they have resolved to gang up against us,” BNYL President, Prince Chimezie Obuka, said.

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“Paul Biya, a dictator, has been molesting and intimidating the people of former British Southern Cameroons. I am not surprised that he is supporting the Buhari-led administration. We are not bothered. We are only concerned about their failure to consider the condition of the internally displaced people of Bakassi Peninsula.”

After years of dispute, the peninsula was transferred to Cameroon in 2008.

Obuka further called for more cooperation among Biafra youth and the youth from that region.

“There are many ways we can catch a rat. Firstly, Biafra youth in Nigeria and the youth of Ambazonia extraction must maintain unity for us to move like a force.”




- CAJ News


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