Protests over the detention of Radio Biafra director, Nnamdi Kanu, have continued today, as pro-Biafra activists stormed Port Harcourt, marching in the streets.
The following message was posted on Radio Biafra’s Facebook page (readers’ discretion advised, the following text contains incendiary language):
DAY 5 Live update on #peacefulprotest of Illegal detention of the leader of indigenous people of Biafra Mazi Nnamdikanu by unlawful Nigeria Government.
ABA IPOB joined Igweocha last night,currently protesting, they are now Stand still along Aba-PH expressway. The zoo mobile police and army are shooting tear gas. People are choking and they are sharing kerosene,and water .More updating coming…… continue ….still in artillery,tear gas flaring continues against unarmed protesters…….Dancing and singing continues in the midst of tear gas. Now they are shooting live bullets….
An eyewitness spoke to The News about the protests, which took place this morning: “As I talk to you now, the protesters are daring the security men. The protesters should go to their states in Abia, IMO, Anambra, Ebonyi and Enugu States and stop disturbing the peace of Port Harcourt,Rivers State. If they are protesting about the arrest and detention of Nnamdi KANU, the Director of Radio Biafra, they should go and protest in Abuja,not Port Harcourt.”
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