IPOB WOMEN WINGS STILL IN DETENTION IN OWERRI IS AN INDICATION THAT OUR ALLEGED POLITICAL ELITES ARE ALL CONQUERED SLAVES

  The tears and agony of our women in Prison custody in Owerri Province of Biafra is an indication that our Political elites are all sell-out and a conquered slave in the hands of the northern caliphates. It is very saddened to see elderly women about the age of 60 and above are been molested,…

As Injustice Persists: Barrister Aloy Ejimakor Speaks on the unlawful detention of over 150 Igbo women

  My name is Aloy Ejimakor; and I want to put it on record that: The nearly 150 Igbo women arrested and detained in Owerri since August 17, 2018 broke no laws of Nigeria. In sum, they were merely expressing their rights guaranteed under Nigeria Law.   That right is the Right to Self Determination…

Family Members Banned From Visiting And Feeding IPOB Women In Prisons

  Family members and IPOB activists who visited IPOB detained Women remanded in Owerri Prisons, were banned and forced to go back with items brought for the Women. Husbands to The Pregnant Mother’s, Grand Children to Aged Mothers and Hypertensive Mother’s, were denied access to the Women.   Armoured Tanks was also mounted at the entrance…

Nigeria Police abuse and humiliation of IPOB Women; Impunity Redefined

  It’s so sad and unfortunate that in this 21st century, women are still treated in such d√©plorable manner. On the17th of August 2018, about 2,000 Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) women embarked in a peaceful protest march demanding from Nigeria government and her security agents, the whereabouts of their son, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and…