Our reports on IPOB members killings are based on facts collated over time - Amnesty Int'l tells Nigerian Army

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Amnesty International Nigeria has again descended on the Nigerian military to stop defending what it described as its atrocities against the civil populace.

The Global Rights Watch body said its reports are based on facts which have been thoroughly investigated and to the best of its knowledge true and correct collated over time from individuals and NGOs in the country.

Recall the reports accused the Nigerian military of extra-judicial killings of innocent civilians in the south-east and northeast region of Nigeria.

Morayo Adebayo, Amnesty International official, while speaking on Channels Television breakfast programme Sunrise Daily as a guest, alleged that 150 members of Independent People of Biafra (IPOB), were killed by the military in the period under sad review.
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