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Court Grants Bail To Seven Biafran Activists, Including A Female In Aba

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    Breaking: Court Grants Bail To Seven Biafran Activists, Including A Female In Aba
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    The Indigenous People Of Biafra, records another victory as her Legal Team secures Bail for Seven Operation Python Dance victims, including a female, detained in Aba Prisons for one year.

    Recall that massive number of Biafra activists were arrested in the month of September 2017, at Aba, Umuahia, PortHarcourt and other old Eastern regions, following the Operation Python Dance declaration, by the Nigeria Army.
    Multitudinous number of activists were killed and bodies whisked away, some abducted for execution in unknown destinations and others incarcerated in various confinements.

    Recently more corpses of killed Biafra activists decaying in a Bush within the vicinage of IPOB Leader, was discovered and reported.
    This discovery made rounds and as this report is being filed, the perpetrators are allowed to carry out such preposterous act with indemnity.

    Amnesty International and other International renowned Human Right Organizations, after an intensive investigation, also reported the Gross Human right violation of Biafra Youths by the Nigeria Army.
    These activists were Brutalised, Killed, Illegally detained and Charged frivolously.

    The released Biafra activists were accorded #42,000 Transport fare back to their various destinations.
    They appreciated the tremendous and high- spirited efforts of IPOB led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, as they vowed never to give up on the Biafra quest.
    In their words; "The Struggle Just Started And We Are Stronger Than Ever. Our Illegal Detention Can Not Deter Us From Agitating For Our Rights.
    On 14th September 2018, We Must Sit At Home To Honour Our Brothers Who Died, While We Are Being Incarcerated. We Appreciate IPOB Led By Mazi Nnamdi Kanu For According Us Support And Securing Our Release. We Will Never Surrender".

    Ibeh Gift Amarachi reporting For Family Writers Press
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