IPOB killing: Set up judicial commission to bring culprits to justice – Amnesty International tells Obiano


Following the Anambra state’s Governor, Willie Obiano’s apology to the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, over the killing of its members by the security operatives during their remembrance day rally in Onitsha, the Amnesty International (AI) has urged the Anambra state Governor to set up a judicial commission that would see that justice is done in the mater.
Amnesty International also, while detailing the various killings of IPOB members by the military also said that apologising to the IPOB members was not enough until those who perpetrated the dastardly act are brought to book.

In a statement signed by its Media Manager, Isa Sanusi and made available to Igbere TV on Saturday, AI also said that there has been no prosecution in the dastardly act despite the evidence of human rights violation against the IPOB members.
According to the statement, “Responding to reports that the Governor of Anambra state, Willie Obiano, has apologized over the Remembrance Day killings of pro-Biafra (IPOB) activists on 30 May 2016, Amnesty International Nigeria Director Osai Ojigho said

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