A video of women in Abia state protesting in support of Biafra has surfaced on Facebook. The video shows women in the state chanting at the top of their voices.
According to Facebook user, Chukwuebuka Idoko, the women who were part of the Biafran women conference held in Abiriba, Abia state were chased from the stadium which they used as venue, by soldiers.
The women in turn went on protest against the actions of the soldiers, with some of the women going unclad to protest.
Below is the video as seen on the Facebook page:
The aggrieved women subsequently took their protest to the palace of the king to vent their frustrations:
Below are some comments under the videos by annoyed Nigerians:
Meanwhile, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has maintained its stance to mark the remembrance of the fallen heroes of the Biafra War with a sit-at-home protest in the south-east and south-south regions of the country on May 30.
The IPOB, in a statement released by its media and publicity secretary, Emma Powerful on Thursday, May 18, said all markets in the erstwhile Biafra territories must be closed on May 30.
The group states that the planned protest, which is to coincide with the annual ‘Biafra Remembrance Day’, would also be used to honour the memory of pro-Biafra activists who lost their lives in various encounters with security agencies.
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