After serving two and a half years at the 14 Brigade Nigerian Army Ohafia, Abia State, three people believed to be IPoB members have been released.
Amnesty International Nigeria revealed this on Thursday. The advocacy group for freedom, justice, and equality also urged Nigerian authorities to give details on the whereabouts of further enforced disappearance victims.
Its words: “Amnesty International welcomes the release today 14 September 2022, of Sunday Nwafor, 59 years, Uzonwanne Ejiofor 48 years, and Wilfred Dike, 36 years, who were arrested by officers of the Nigerian Army on 27 February 2020 at Imo River community in Abia state.
“They were held at 14 Brigade Nigerian Army Ohafia, Abia State for well over two and half years. Their release follows Amnesty International’s campaign and call for their freedom, including, as recently as two weeks ago.
“Amnesty International urges Nigerian authorities to provide information about the status of other victims of enforced disappearance and incommunicado detention, grant their families and lawyers access to them, charge them to court, or release them from detention.”