Owerri - The Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has appealed to the Federal Government to release 23 members of the group in detention, reports Vanguard.
The 23 members were arrested by the police during the series of protests organised by the group to drum support for the creation of a Biafra nation and the release of Nnmadi Kanu, director of Radio Biafra.
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MASSOB’s factional leader,Uchenna Madu, who made the appeal on Tuesday in Owerri, said the detained members of the group had done nothing wrong and should be released unconditionally.
Madu also accused the ousted leader of the group, Ralph Uwazuruike of plotting to attack its secretariat in order to restore himself as the group’s leader.
He warned Uwazuruike to forget the plan as members will resist such attempts.
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