The group also warned the Igbos against drumming and dancing simply because Atiku chose his running mate from the region.
In a statement forwarded to DAILY POST by the founder and Deputy Leader of the group, Ebuta Ogar Takon, the group hinted that the BNYL’s choice was not to endorse Atiku or any presidential candidate, but interested in the Biafra struggle.
Takon warned the All Progressives Congress, APC’s supporters not to use BNYL’s position for political favour, “as neither Buhari nor Atiku can do better than past Nigeria leaders.”
Takon said “Two northern candidates picking people from South as VP cannot over use our brains. Those supporting them should be ready to give their blood for the two brothers and for northern interest.
The Igbo will be disappointed again should they allow Atiku deceive them by picking them as running mate, it is too early to jubilate over VP slot because the die was just cast.
“But the question is whether VP has a say in Nigeria’s politics, and can Atiku restructure Nigeria?
“People of the South East and South-south should wait for election and vote if they so choose than dancing a drum beat from the north.”