The group, in a statement on Wednesday, signed by its Acting Leader and Head of Operations, Ebuta Victor Takon, claims the killers of the prophet were six in number and vows to track them down.
BNYL was reacting to the recent statement from the indicted Chief Security of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Enugu chapter, Victor Egede, who denied involvement in the killing.
Egede had said he never knew late Nwoko until his death.
But reacting to his claim, Takon, says his group will not go back to its word in hunting down the killers.
Takon says he relied on the investigation of the group made public by the BNYL Leader, Princewill C Richard.
Also, he says that pro-Biafran groups were not at war with each other.
According to him, “I don’t care how they view it, I know this is what the enemies want to hear.
“They have succeeded in sponsoring some pro-Biafrans against their colleagues, but will fail.”
He says the report circulating online that the group was hunting IPOB members was false.
“We are not after the innocent but from intelligent information leaked to us, we are working on to track the killers, they were six in number and all with matchets.”