Biafra Nations League, (BnL), has accused the presidency of interfering with the trial of the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mr Nnamdi Kanu, faulting the newly additional five charges filed in less than 24hours to the court case.
A statement by the National Leader of BnL, Princewill C Richards and made available to some newsmen in Calabar yesterday warned that the federal government that was playing with fire and should expect more trouble.
The group said the continuous adjournments of the case of the leader of Mohammadu Buhari of disrespecting the Igbo elders who visited him to demand for his release was unacceptable.
Richards accused the Presidency of interfering with the court proceedings, faulting the newly additional five charges filed in less than 24hours to the court case, saying, this will not urgur well for the government.
The BnL leader who met with Ejagham speaking officers of the group in Ikom, Cross River on Tuesday where they observed the trial in their meeting said the federal government is “inviting more trouble”, he said adding that the sit at home is not enough civil disobedience.
Princewill also advised those who are attacking individuals in the South East for disrespecting sit at home to stop, adding that the IPOB leadership should resolve it’s misunderstanding and give one order in other not to confuse their supporters.
Meanwhile, a statement released yesterday by the Standing Committee of Senior Officials of BnL (S.C.S.O), an implementation body of the group signed by the Chairman and Admin Officer, Godstime Ntukidem, the BnL said there will be more aggression from it’s angle after their ultimatum ends in January 23, faulting those calling for political solution to Biafra and the release of Kanu.