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BREAKING: Massive IPOB Protests in Catalonia, Liverpool (Video)
Aggrieved members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have staged seemingly global protests in two countries over the ongoing detention of their leader at the Department of State Security (DSS) facility.
The group chief, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been in DSS custody for over two months after a believed rendition was executed by the Nigeria secret security and the Kenyan government.
Kanu was reportedly brought to federal high court Abuja on 28 June 2021 after a traumatic experience in Kenya for eight (8) days under security torture.
The court seating was later adjourned to a later date unfortunately, the IPOB leader was not present yet was shifted to 21 October this year.
The legal team had since filed for relocation of Kanu from DSS detention to Correction Centre but received poor attention.
Agitators under Kanu’s command have been holding rallies across the globe mainly in countries of residence pressing to see their leader as well for the immediate release.
Sighted footage shows IPOB members join Catalonia separatists during their Independence Day Celebration to create awareness for Biafra.
According to a member who briefed in the retrieved clip, IPOB was invited to marked the historic moment.
However, the leadership of Catalonia separatists and the embattled Nnamdi Kanu had been in close understanding of both struggles for liberation.
Similarly, both IPOB and Yoruba Nation agitators were spotted on the streets of Liverpool, with inscribed flags, banners, and insignia campaigning for independence and end to the prolonged killing in Nigeria by bandits and Boko Haram terrorists.