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About 44 detained members of the Indigenous People ‎of Biafra on Tuesday regained freedom.

A Yenagoa Magistrate’s Court in Bayelsa presided over by the Magistrate, Penawei Mukoro, dismissed the three counts of conspiracy, breach of public peace and unlawful gathering levelled against them (suspects) by the police.

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The magistrate, who noted that the case against the detained 44 IPOB members had a ‘no-case submission’, subsequently discharged and acquitted the accused persons.

The 44 IPOB members were arrested in October 2016 while meeting at a popular bar/lounge in Okaka area of Yenagoa, the state capital, by operatives of the Joint Military Task Force, codenamed Operation Delta Safe.
 

Doro4luv

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This Biafrans should stop parading themselves within our territories in South south (NigerDelta Republic), l ll advice dey relocate themselves to their lgbo land tp agitate for their freedom
 

curator

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This Biafrans should stop parading themselves within our territories in South south (NigerDelta Republic), l ll advice dey relocate themselves to their lgbo land tp agitate for their freedom
What makes up the Niger Delta Republic?
 

chyfirst

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This Biafrans should stop parading themselves within our territories in South south (NigerDelta Republic), l ll advice dey relocate themselves to their lgbo land tp agitate for their freedom
You don't even care to know your origin, what a pity
 
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