PHOTOS: [BIAFRA] IPOB’s White Angels Shield Protesters, Demand Immediate Release of Kanu

Following the continuous detention of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the custody of the Department of State Service DSS, the members of the Eastern Security Network ESN, Friday, trooped en mass the streets of Aba, Abia State, demanding the immediate of their leader.

The protesters carried Biafran Flags and placards were described as the IPOB’s White Angels shielding the entire Biafra land, while they matched peacefully, demanding the immediate release of Kanu.

It would be recalled that the IPOB’s leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu had at a different competent Court of the jurisdiction in Nigeria been discharged and acquitted nonetheless the Department of State Service DSS acting under the instruction of the Attorney General of the Federation and the Federal Government has remained reticent.

Albeit the FG had approached the apex court in the country seeking redress but with a series of unpredictable delays to fast-track the case to enable the release of Kanu.
According to the protesters, they are creating awareness to avoid being blamed for the impending doom and gloom that would befall those responsible for the perpetual detention of their leader, Mazi Kanu, despite his deteriorating health challenges.

In the words of the Family Writers Press International;
“These are pictures of IPOB’s Eastern Security Network [ESN] Abia State command protesting today in Abia State demanding the immediate release of their leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

“Do you know why they were protesting? It is because they don’t want to be blamed by the time they will eventually match as no force can stop them.

“Kindly save those pictures because the time is coming when we will remind the Nigeria government and all their forces that our ESN peacefully protested and demanded the release of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.”

Others described them as Ndi nchekwa obodo, IPOB angels shielding our people as they protest in Aba, Abia State against the illegal holding of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by the Nigerian government.


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