By Arinze Chukwu (Abia Writers)
edited by Livingrich Ezeikpe
The IPOB members that were arrested by the Nigerian security Army on Tuesday 12th of September 2017 on their way to Umuahia on a solidarity visit to the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra Mazi Nnamdi Kanu have been charged to court along with the coordinator of Force road zone - one on "Treasonable Felony".

According to an eyewitness during the court proceedings, "the Nigerian Army provided only 54 people and over 60 others were nowhere to be found; we don't know their way about, neither do we know whether they are still alive or not. IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was charged to court on treasonable felony, which was trashed out by the Nigerian Federal High Court on 2nd of March 2017, (Vanguard News Papers) "Court declared that IPOB is not an Unlawful organization ". The presiding Judge, Justice Binta Nyako said that "the fact that IPOB was not registered in Nigeria does not make it an illegal society or organization".

Meanwhile, the Abia State commissioner of police, Anthony Ogbizi, issued a press statement concerning those suspected to be IPOB members and said that they would be prosecuted as terrorists. Following the declaration of IPOB as a terrorist organisation by the Nigerian Defense Head Quarters and her proscription by the South East governors, arrested members will be tried as terrorists " he said.

The sufferings and the pains that the people (Biafrans) are passing through today is caused by the so-called Igbo leaders (governors and politicians). That is why Nnamdi Kanu earlier distanced himself from them because they are not representing us. They are representing their Northern Masters (cabals in the Aso Rock). The killings in Aba and Umuahia were sponsored by the so-called Igbo governors as the secret was revealed.

As it stands now, the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) have no representative in the Nigerian government. We the indigenous people of Biafra are hereby calling on #internationalcommunity #UnitedNation #EuropainUnion to urgently intervene in Biafra's case.

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