An African-led international non-governmental human rights group, Alliances for Africa (AfA), has stormed the residence of the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, Concise News understands.
This news medium learned that AfA stormed the place earlier in the week to take data of the Nigerian Military invasion of the residence of the pro-Biafra leader.
According to the leader of the visiting team, Chidire Anonye, they were in the home of the Kanus to take raw data on the military invasion for analysis.
“We are documenting a project on mass atrocities by state actors in Abia,” she said.
“We are investigating killings of IPOB members in Anambra, invasion of communities by herdsmen in Enugu, military barricades in Imo and communal clashes in Ebonyi.”
This is as she added that after the analysis of the findings, the group may consider a legal option to seek redress.
“We have the capacity to take the government to a regional court, ECOWAS court to demand justice if found liable,” she noted.