Some members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are currently heading to the home of their leader Nnamdi Kanu to confront soldiers of the Nigerian military. This move by the IPOB members follows a recent siege laid by the troops of the Nigerian military in Afara Ukwu, the hometown of the IPOB leader. The group members were seen in thousands heading to Kanu's home.
Some of these IPOB members were driven in 'tipper' vehicles and buses as military Armoured Personnel Tanks were parked in the area. We earlier reported that the counsel to the IPOB leader had said that his client's residence was under siege by soldiers of the Nigerian military on Tuesday, September 12. Also, a sister to Nnamdi Kanu, Tonia who spoke to NAIJ.com said the soldiers shot into the compound of the IPOB leader's father shattering his windows.