WATCH: Amnesty International releases video of how Nigerian military killed protesting pro-Biafra members | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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Amnesty International, Thursday, released a video to back its report stating that the Nigerian security forces led by the military, embarked on a chilling campaign of extrajudicial executions and violence resulting in the deaths of at least 150 peaceful pro-Biafra protesters in the South Eastern part of the country.

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  1. Chai Nigeria. God will pay u back according to you work both in secret and in the open

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  2. It is Unfortunate! This useless APC government leaves behind trail of pain, sorrow, hunger, starvation, kworshikor, lamentation, grieves, hopelessness and death where ever they turn to. IT is the dividend of APC government democracy.
    Haba! Our Change don death and shame!
    Kai! It is sad!
    When I remember APC, tears go de ruse for my eyes.
    When I remember Buhari, tears go de ruse to my eyes.
    When I remember Tinubu and Osibanjo, tears go de rush for my eyes.
    When I remember El Rufai and Amaechi tear go de ruse for my eyes.
    When I remeber Sanusi and Rochas, tears go de rush for my eyes.
    APC! Werepe Change!
    Sai Baba!
    Sai Tinubu!

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  3. It is Okay,Nigeria Must remain United.Kudos to Nigeria Army for keeping Nigeria one.NA well done.

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    1. You are a fool by saying "it is okay" .

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  4. Nigeria is devilish, foundation is corruption, President is Bigot, Killing is their vision, Negative growth is its Mission, Begging is its presidents aim

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  5. With so much bloodshed, how will things work for this government.
    Buhari will surely pay for shedding the blood of innocent Igbo people.

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  6. this guy, there nothing to show the 150 bodies claimed. Poor and false alarm kowai

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  7. Why are people so gullible. There is nothing in this picture to show that 150 people were killed. Yes the Nigerian Army could act outside their rule of engagement once in a while but please note that it is not peculiar to the Nigerian Army. To the man who claimed acid was poured on him, is it that the military ran out of bullet? Why was he not shot? If they were actually killing people. Please lets be objective. For example when Bokoharam kills people, America keeps quiet but when Nigeria military wants to get ammunition to kill them, Amnesty and America will start talking, Im not sure these white guys meant well for Nigeria

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  8. well the ground will repay all who sheed blood

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  9. Nigerians, let's be wise against external sponsors aiming at dividing our house for their profiting. There are ways to address every issues in life besides embarking on violence means.

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