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Student Killed During Biafra Protest (GRAPHIC IMAGE)

A student of the Federal College of Education UMUNZE Anambra State, was reportedly killed during the Biafran protest. While many feel the pictures below were stage managed, below is what the blogger wrote:
That is my Blood sister , thanks to biafra protesters yes i know that they have achieved their Goals.
Her Name ; Nkiruka Anthonia Ikeanyionwu

From Adazi Nnukwu Anambra state
Schooling at Fedral College of Education UMUNZE Anambra State
Age 21 years old

Federal College Student Killed During Biafra Protest (GRAPHIC)

My Message to Nigerians and Biafrans … Thanks so much for Killing NK Baby for me , Dear Nkiru That is what the world is all about , nobody knows when his or her turn will clock … Bye till we part No More ….Federal College Student Killed During Biafra Protest (GRAPHIC)
Federal College Student Killed During Biafra Protest (GRAPHIC)
Student Killed During Biafra Protest
Federal College Student Killed During Biafra Protest (GRAPHIC)
RIP Biafra Hero
The Biafran Struggle has been on in Nigeria for quite a while with the majority of the protests happening on the Niger Bridge.
Biafra, officially the Republic of Biafra, was a secessionist state in south eastern Nigeria that existed from 30 May 1967 to 15 January 1970, taking its name from the Bight of Biafra (the Atlantic bay to its south). The inhabitants were mostly the Igbo people who led the secession due to economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions among the various peoples of Nigeria. The creation of the new state that was pushing for recognition was among the causes of the Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Nigerian-Biafran War.
The state was formally recognised by Gabon, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Tanzania, and Zambia. Other nations which did not give official recognition but which did provide support and assistance to Biafra included Israel, France, Spain, Portugal, Rhodesia, South Africa and Vatican City.  Biafra also received aid from non-state actors, including Joint Church Aid, Holy Ghost Fathers of Ireland, Caritas International, MarkPress and U.S. Catholic Relief Services.
After two-and-a-half years of war, during which a million civilians died in fighting and from starvation resulting from blockades, Biafran forces unconditionally surrendered to the Nigerian Federal Military Government (FMG), and Biafra was reintegrated into Nigeria.

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