11 Biafrans Celebrating Trump's Inauguration In Rivers Alleged Shot Dead By Police

January 20, 2017, 11:46 pm

Reporst  indicate that the Nigerian police and army allegedly shot unarmed Biafrans celebrating the inauguration of US president-elect Donald Trump in Port-Harcourt, Rivers state.

According to reports, the media and publicity ‎secretary of IPOB, Emma Powerful, alleged that no fewer than 11 members of the pro-Biafra group have been shot dead by security operatives.


READ ALSO: Police Deny Killing 11 Biafrans on Solidarity March for Trump


“They have attacked our people; 11 have been confirmed dead, many others have bullet wounds”, he claimed in the statement," he said.

He alleged that the attack was carried out by the police, the army and the Department of State Services.

A twitter user Anioke Collins, said Biafrians were been shot by police officers at Igwuocha area of the state.

It was reported earlier that pro-Biafra supporters took to the street in the Port Harcourt to march in solidarity to Trump.

Biafra supporters have always expressed their support for Trump hoping he will help them achieve the actualization for Biafra.


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