A member of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Henry Ogar Ogoyi, who allegedly died while protecting their leader, Nnamdi Kanu, has been buried.
NAIJ.com gathered that Mr Ogoyi was laid to rest on Monday, October 1.
Multiple online reports claim that Mr Ogoyi who hails from Iyala Ogoja, died during the clash between the military and some members of the secessionist group in Umuahia, Abia state on September 14.
Mr Ogoyi was the only son of his parents. He is survived by a pregnant wife and their one-year-old child. May his soul rest in peace.
Watch below this NAIJ.com TV interview of a disabled IPOB supporter who travels across the country to support Nnamdi Kanu: