Here is Head bridge Onitsha Anambra state Biafra land where Tonia Nkeiru Ikenyionwu the only daughter or issue of her parents who were shot dead by Nigeria Army and Navy at the bridgehead Onitsha Anambra State during the Indigenous people of Biafra protest for the releasing of the detention of their leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Late Nkiruka Anthonia Ikeayionwu, 21 years old young lady, was killed during the Biafra protest in Onitsha by the combined team of Nigeria’s security forces.
According to Vanguard in 4th of December 2015: Following the three-week-long protests embarked upon by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, over continued incarceration of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu which led to the alleged killing of its members by members of Joint Military Task Force, markets, banks and schools in Onitsha and its environs remained closed, yesterday, in apparent solidarity with the protesters.
The Building Materials International Market at Ogidi, near Onitsha, New Auto Spare Parts market at Nkpor and other major markets remained closed, just as banks and schools remained under lock and key. A detachment of stern-looking soldiers and mobile policemen were seen in their numbers standing on the roads and stopping all vehicles, a situation which led to a traffic gridlock from the former toll gate at Ogbunike to Bridge-head end of the Enugu/Awka/Onitsha expressway.
Meanwhile, a coalition of civil society groups had called for the immediate resignation of the Inspector General of Police, IGP, Mr Solomon Arase for his alleged shoot-at-sight order and roles in the Onitsha killings of protesting IPOB members.
The world leaders should understand that Nigeria country is must worst country in Africa and they should stop supporting them with amnesty because of all the support have been used against her citizens. The world should support the indigenous people that want to separate from Nigeria to be allowed because the kind killing that coming from the security of Nigeria is unbearable.
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Written By Vladimir Chimaobi Obinwannem News