A secessionist movement, Biafra Nations League (BnL), says it has set up a special intelligence unit known as the ‘Red Wall of Silence’ to monitor the movements of vessels and gather information on their activities in the Gulf of Guinea.
National Leader of the BnL, Princewill Richards made the disclosure to Newsbreak.ng on Thursday.
This news medium gathered that the pro-Biafra group on Wednesday unveiled its intelligent units in Ikang-Cameroon border area of Bakassi, Cross River State.
Richards further disclosed that the intelligence unit of the group would be given some security equipments such as Walky-Talky phones and eight-in-one emergency rescue equipment which has many functions such as security light.
He warned that no vessel will be spared if they are coming to take oil from the Peninsula and the Niger Delta area.
“We have to monitor activities on our borders, on our waterways, and we are after those coming to suck us dry without us the people benefitting,” Richards told this news medium.
“BnL won’t allow that. The duty of our intelligence unit is to monitor when they sneak in especially at midnight.
“Our self-defence volunteers are there to intercept them. If they are with oil equipments or coming for our oil sorry is their name.
“If they are carrying arms and ammunition to supply to Nigeria, sorry is their name. If it is food items, they will be pardoned.
“We will ensure that they follow our own rules in passing our territory.”