Biafra Nations League (BnL) has demanded the release of the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi kanu for peace to reign in Bakassi Peninsula.
For quite some time now, Biafra separatist groups have carried out series of attacks in the Bakassi Peninsula making business activities especially shipping along the Gulf of Guinea unattractive.
Already in Nigeria and Cameroon have reportedly suspended drilling of oil at maritime border of Bakassi Peninsula following a deadly bomb attack on December 11 that left 13 people dead and damaged major part of oil installations.
The attack was reportedly carried out by the Dragon Fighter Marine, a militant group allegedly controlled by BnL.
Biafra Nations League, BnL, has given conditions to intervene in the conflict in Bakassi Peninsula.
Operational Coordinator of BnL, Henry Edet in a statement on Wednesday made available to Pillar Today in Calabar, has demanded the release of Kanu before the next court case on December 15.
Coming down to Republic of Cameroon, Edet asked President Paul Biya to withdraw his forces from Bakassi Peninsula “or the region will be ungovernable”.