Army, police killed and buried our members – Group alleges

Over 30 people were reportedly shot dead by security agencies, during the protest that reportedly turned violent.

Ohaneze Ndigbo

Punch reports that over 30 people were shot dead by security agencies, during the protest that reportedly turned violent.

IPOB Media and Publicity Officer, Comrade Emma Powerful, said “The Indigenous People of Biafra, under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, cries out over the deaths and the mass burial of Biafrans during the remembrance of Biafra heroes and heroines on Monday, 30th May, 2016.

“We discovered that the Nigerian Army and police decided to kill those they arrested alive and bury them with the dead bodies they carried on the same day.”

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