Video shows leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, receive some IPOB supporters who were released from alleged military detention after the unarmed youths clashed with the army in Umuahia, Abia state few days ago.
Recall that the candidate for the United Progressives Party, UPP, in the coming Anambra governorship election, Chief Osita Chidoka had condemned the clash which saw the military personnel use live bullets on the youths and manhandled some others.
He had also called for investigation into the root cause of the clash and equally demanded the whereabouts of those arrested by the army during the clash.
Reports had it that the military personnel shot a tricycle operator who is also an IPOB member for saying he was a Biafran and so, hung a Biafran flag on his tricycle.
The development led to protest and the military men allegedly called for re-enforcement and began shooting live bullets to disperse the protesters.
However, the video below shows some of the youths with injured faces being received by Kanu after their release by the army.
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