Amnesty International Accuse Nigerian Military Of Killing 12 IPOB Members

Amnesty International (AI), has accused the Nigerian Military of killing at least 12 members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), in Umuahia Abia State.

Amnesty International made the statement on Thursday on its 2017/2018 Human Rights report.

According to the Amnesty report, it outlined that at least 12 members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), were killed by soldiers in Umuahia in Abia state on September 14 2017.

Recall Orsu24news reported on September 2017, that Soldiers of Operation Python Dance II, on Thursday 14th September, invaded the House of the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, at Afara-ukwu, Umuahia, which led to the death of many IPOB members and missing of the IPOB Leader till date.

The global rights organisation also accused the Nigerian military of arbitrarily arresting and detaining thousands of young men, women and children.

It also said there was outrage over activities of SARS, and after huge pressure police agreed to reform the squad.


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