Aba: IPOB Mass Grave discovered: Nigerian Army Responsible

A mass grave has been discovered at Aba which are members of the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) allegedly taking away from the different peaceful demonstrations held across Biafraland by the Nigerian army and police. Several Biafrans has since been reportedly missing since the onset of the mass demonstrations across Biafra. The occupational Nigerian forces has also engaged in kidnapping and torturing of the participants of the protest some of which were short dead outright at the place of protest.

A mass grave of massacred pro-Biafra agitators has been discovered near Aba, the economic capital of Abia State.

The International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) announced the shocking discovery in part two of its letter to Minister of Interior, Federal Ministry of Interior, Abdulrahman Bello Dambazzzau, and Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin.

Intersociety said in the part two of the letter released this morning that it has already visited the mass grave and that Amnesty International has equally done same. Below are excerpts of the letter signed by Board Chairman, Emeka Umeagbalasi, and Head, Civil Liberties & Rule of Law Programme, Obianuju Joy Igboeli, Esq.:

“In the first part of the letter, circulated to the media two days ago, we had peripherally informed that the soldiers of the 144 Battalion in Ukwa West LGA of Abia State, joined by personnel of the Abia State Police Command and the Finance & Logistics Command of the Nigerian Navy in Owerre-Nta in Abia State had on 9th of February 2016 stormed the premises of the National High School in Aba and opened fire at members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) who gathered in their hundreds for the purpose of holding prayer/meeting. The named security forces shot and killed 22 IPOB members and critically injured over 30. The IPOB members had gathered in the school on account of suggestion made to them by the same Abia State Police Command and other security heads during their previous meetings to “restrict their processions, rallies or protests to public places other than streets and roads so as not to attract the attention and violent reactions of the Federal Government”.

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