Meanwhile some Pan-Igbo groups, have condemned the bail conditions given to the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
The groups, Igbo women assembly, Igbo youth movement and eastern consultative assembly – in separate reactions to the bail granted Kanu by justice Binta Nyako of the Abuja Federal High court, were particularly displeased that the IPOB leader was ordered to stay away from rallies and interviews.
They said the bail terms were designed to cage Kanu, and make him a prisoner even while he was outside prison.
In a statement signed by its leader, Chief (Mrs) Maria Okwor, the Igbo women assembly, said it was not excited at the development.
Also,the leader of the Igbo youth movement, Evang. Eliot Uko, said the federal government intends to weaken ipob with the bail conditions.
The groups also demanded the release of other detained pro-Biafra activists.