Port Harcourt— Biafra Writers can categorically confirm that over a dozen of fatalities has been recorded in todays IPOB-Trump Solidarity rally. Earlier this morning, some Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) numbering more than 100 who came from different locations for the IPOB-Trump Solidarity Rally were arrested by agents of the Nigerian Police Force(NPF).
These Nigerian Police armed with guns positioned themselves at the venue of the rally at Rumuola Polytechnic, arresting and putting their victims in their 10 Hilux van.
Some members who came all the way from Aba this morning was equally arrested by these invaders in Police uniform even when no implicating exhibit was found on them.
While the rally was still ongoing, the blood thirsty Nigerian army sporadically shot at armless Biafrans for showing support towards Donald Trump, the president-elect of the United states of America who is due to be sworn in today. As at the time of writing this report, over a dozen Biafrans has been confirmed dead, over a hundred abducted and some confirmed to have been taken to the military Barrack and many are lying in various hospitals critically injured.
The military incursion was reported to have been triggered as a result of Trump’s love towards Biafrans his supporters, which he has shown by inviting IPOB leadership, while tactically omitting the Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari from his list of dignitaries invited to his inauguration ceremony which will be taking place today at Washington D.C.
The rally before the arrival of the Nigerian army and police was a peaceful one, until they turned it into a field of blood, thereby bringing the rally to an abrupt end. This sudden, irrational and arbitrary arrest and killing of peaceful and well-coordinated Biafrans by the Nigerian military personnel must be brought to an end.
The world is hereby informed that IPOB will have no choice than to retaliate should this wanton thirst for the blood of Biafrans by the Buhari-led government continue.
Chukwuemeka Chimerue, Ejike Ofoegbu
And Anyikwa Cynthia
Reporting From Igweocha (Port Harcourt )
For Biafra Writers