The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on January 18, Monday, in Asaba, south-south Nigeria, has organised another protest.
The activists called for the release of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the movement and the Radio Biafra director.
Protesters in the hundreds gathered in the early hours of the morning, singing songs in solidarity with the IPOB.
The pro-Biafra supporters stormed the Asaba-Benin expressway, blocking one part of the road for several hours from the Federal Road Safety Corp junction through Summit Junction in Asaba the capital of Delta state.
In another development Nigerian separatists said police killed eight people during renewed violent protests in southeastern Aba city.
However, the Movement for the Actualization of a Sovereign State of Biafra has replied ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo, insisting that, contrary to his claims in the media, Biafra is not dead and will never die.
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