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Female IPOB Members Sing Biafra Songs As They Are Arraigned In Court Today (Photos)

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Some women belonging to the Indigenous People of Biafra have been arraigned in court while singing Biafra songs of victory.
Female members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) arrested during a massive protest in Owerri, the Imo State capital, while demanding the whereabouts of the missing IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kalu have been seen singing Biafra song while being arraigned in court by the police.

The IPOB women packed inside a lorry after being arrested by police

They equally demanded a referendum for an Independent state of Biafra by the Federal Government. The woman wore black attire with Biafra insignia such as flags and caps as they sang pro-Biafra songs. They accused the Federal Government of “deliberately marginalising Biafran people”.

Some of the protesters were arrested by the police and taken to the state command headquarters. They are currently being arraigned in Owerri Magistrate court, Imo state.

During their arraignment, the women were jampacked inside a lorry as they peeped from the open spaces.

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