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Facebook Restricts New IPOB Page After Shutting Down Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s Page




Social networking service, Fb, has restricted a brand new account belonging to the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra.

Based on Vanguard, this was disclosed by a member of the group, Simon Ekpa, on Tuesday.

“Our new Fb web page has been blocked, restricted by Fb,” Ekpa wrote.

In January 2020, the separatist group had alleged that Fb shut down the web page of its chief, Nnamdi Kanu.

The group had in a press release by its spokesman, Emma Highly effective, alleged that the shutting down of Mazi Kanu’s Fb web page by Fb Nigeria was linked with the truth that it had change into a wealthy useful resource for individuals decided to show the alleged misrule in Nigeria and the evil perpetrators of the regime.

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IPOB had berated Fb Nigeria that it was extra corrupt than the Nigerian authorities it was defending.

It had added that Biafra suffered immeasurably on account of denial of media house within the late 60s, warning that IPOB just isn’t ready to permit such struggling within the current twenty first century.

Vanguard additionally famous that Kanu opened one other Fb account which hit 5,000 pals restrict inside six days, following the sudden deactivation of his official web page by Fb.

Nonetheless, the chief of the group, Nnamdi Kanu, is at the moment going through 11-count cost of treason, treasonable felony, terrorism and unlawful possession of firearms, amongst others, after he jumped bail in 2017 and left the nation.

He was extradited from Kenya to the nation by the Nigerian authorities as claimed by IPOB and Kanu’s household.

He has been remanded within the Division of State Companies (DSS) custody and his subsequent look in court docket is October 21.

This got here after Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal Excessive Courtroom, Abuja, adjourned the case, for the failure of the key police to provide him in court docket on Monday.


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