Aftermath of the bloody IPOB – Donald Trump Rally in Portharcourt two weeks ago, more than 300 IPOB members detained by the Nigerian military were released yesterday after IPOB lawyers obtained a court injunction asking the Nigerian armed forces to release them.
IPOB members who were mainly from Aba zone were detained by the Nigerian military while on a solidarity rally with Donald Trump on his inauguration two weeks ago. It was horror and death as many IPOB members were tortured to death at the army camp at Asa High School along Aba Portharcourt dual carriage way.
Their release came on the heels of a court injunction obtained by IPOB lawyers in Portharcourt on Monday morning ordering their release.
The groups lawyer stated that they will continue the legal battle to ensure that all other IPOB members detained in different secret cells and prisons around Portharcourt and other parts of Nigeria are released.
Unconfirmed reports has it that the death toll from IPOB – Donald Trump Solidarity Rally may be well over 50 as many more decomposing corpses of IPOB members were being discovered in trenches and nearby bushes around Portharcourt.
However, the Indigenous People of Biafra under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has issued a statement calling on the United Nations and governments around the world to sanction Nigerian government for the unjustifiable killing of unarmed Biafrans on a peaceful rally.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian army has not issued any statement regarding the high handedness and killings of unarmed people on a peaceful rally.