WATCH: AI video on alleged killing of pro-Biafra separatists in Nigeria

2016-11-26 19:18
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Lagos - Amnesty International (AI) has released a video to back its report that Nigerian security forces killed at least 150 peaceful protesters in a "chilling campaign" to repress renewed demands to create a breakaway state of Biafra in the southeast. 

Nigeria's military, however, denied "killing of defenceless agitators". 

According to AI, an analysis of 87 videos, 122 photographs and 146 testimonies showed "the military fired live ammunition with little or no warning" into crowds protesting between August 2015 and August 2016". 

Watch the video below.

Read more on:    amnesty international  |  ipob  |  lagos state  |  biafra

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