Nnamdi Kanu Seeks Justice For Murdered 150 IPOB Members

The Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has again called for the justice of 150 IPOB members killed Nigerian security forces during the peaceful pro-Biafra protesters in the south in 2016.

Nnamdi Kanu wondered why those who perpetuated the killings are still moving free in Nigeria even after we petitioned the Amnesty International since 2016.

According to Nnamdi Kanu in one of his Radio broadcast, He said, “the killings of 150 IPOB members in 2016 by Nigerian Soldiers are still fresh in our memory. We demand justice for their killings. The perpetrators must be brought to book.”

Nnamdi Kanu said he will continue to push for the justice of those were murdered by Nigerian soldiers during the peaceful protesters since August 2015.

Recall that The Nigerian government’s decision to send in the military to respond to pro-Biafra events which led to the killings of 150 IPOB members. Nnamdi Kanu said that authorities must immediately bring the perpetrators to book.”

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