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The leader of the banned Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has declared that his group will ‘surely avenge’ the scuffle between security operatives and his members in Ebonyi state last Sunday, Concise News reports.

The clash occurred at Oguzoronweya Primary School in Ebonyi Local Government Area.

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It would be recalled that this online news medium reported how IPOB members accused the police of unfairly attacking them while they were holding an inauguration ceremony last weekend.

This led to the arrest of an Abakaliki based legal practitioner, Orogwu Cyril Ndubuisi, and his fiancée, who were accused of being with the illegal IPOB members at the primary school.

Five other IPOB members were arrested.

Police spokesperson in Ebonyi state, DSP Loveth Odah, debunked the claim by IPOB that officers attacked the outlawed group.

But in a tweet on his known Twitter handle on Thursday, Kanu expressed his fury at Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi particularly, and vowed that “sooner than later, they will account for every injury, torture, and death of every Biafran”.

His tweet reads: “The brutalization of our people in Ebonyi will surely be AVENGED. This is a formal notice to all, including Miyetti Allah & Dave Umahi that sooner than later, they will account for every injury, torture, and death of every Biafran. How, when & where is left for us to determine.”

Meanwhile, Kanu – who is out of Nigeria – on Thursday, told the Federal High Court, Abuja, that he was ready to face trial if his safety would be guaranteed by the court.

He made this known to the presiding judge, Justice Binta Nyako, through his counsel, Ifeanyi Ejiofor.

Ejiofor told the court that the application to restore the IPOB leader’s bail so that he could face his trial was filed on April 1.