Ahead of Saturday’s gubernatorial election in Anambra, Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL, has warned the Nigerian military, police and other security agencies to avoid unprofessional acts.
It said any form of interference or collusion to favour one party or candidate over others may attract consequences from the electorate.
BNYL Leader, Princewill Obuka, gave the warning in a statement Friday evening.
He advised the Nigerian government not to use federal might during the election, adding that such may result to serious crises.
He pointed out that the situation seemed under control despite directive by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to its members and followers to remain indoor.
“Nigerian Military and other security agencies deployed to the Anambra from must know the consequences of any unprofessional act.
“Unnecessary intimidation can lead to provocations, our people must not be killed on any slight mistake”, he said.
BNYL, however, noted that it had engaged its own officials in the state to isolate themselves from anything that may cause violence.
The group appealed to other Biafra supporters in the Anambra to maintain peace and allow the exercise hold successfully.
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