Biafra Nations League, BNL, has refuted reviews that hoodlums who attacked a police station and hoisted their flag at Ikono LGA of Akwa Ibom State have been members of the Jap Safety Community, ESN.

DAILY POST reported that armed males alleged to be members of Jap Safety Community, ESN, had attacked a police station at Ibiaku Ntok Okpo in Ikono Native Authorities space of Akwa Ibom State, killing two law enforcement officials and setting ablaze 5 police automobiles.

The assault adopted an earlier one on Tuesday, when the gunmen stormed Ika police station and killed a feminine officer, one Esther Akpan and a particular police Constabulary, Isonuyo Paul whereas returning house in a Volvo automotive

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In Saturday’s assault, one other feminine police officer was injured, whereas 5 automobiles belonging to the police station have been set ablaze. Additionally they hoisted the Biafran flag.

And reacting to this, BNL insisted that “those that carried out the assault are little question sympathizers of the Biafran battle from the State.”

Based on the secessionist group, the attackers are “supporters [of Biafra] attempting to implement the hoisting of flag technique which [we] have been threatening to hold out.”

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Chief Head of Operations of BNL, Henry Edet, stated this in an announcement to DAILY POST on Sunday, including that “although some unknown gunmen are being sponsored by politicians to destabilize the South East and South South and so they try this within the identify of Biafra.

“The unknown gunmen are owned by the Federal authorities to commit all kinds of crimes within the identify of the Biafran battle.”


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