Biafra shutdown cripples Nigerian cities

Biafra shutdown cripples Nigerian cities
 

A stay-at-home protest by Biafran separatists in Nigeria has crippled cities and towns in the south-east.
Streets are empty and markets, banks and schools are closed to mark the abortive attempt in 1967 to gain independence for the region.
It led to a bitter three-year civil war in which more than one million people were killed.
The authorities have warned the secessionists against street protests and security forces are on patrol.
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30 May 2018 in World News, Views: 46
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