One Year Later, Still No Clue on Biafra Leader Kanu's Whereabouts

September 14, 2017 was the day on which the Indigenous People of Biafra saw their leader Nnamdi Kanu's home invaded by the Nigerian army, and his arrest. Kanu has been campaigning for the self-determination of the Biafra people who want a seperate republic from Nigeria. Today has been earmarked for a sit-at-home exercise by the Biafran people to demand Kanu's release after he was granted bail in April 2017. He has not been seen since.

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