The pro-biafran group were heard heading to Igwe Ocha area singing and calling for the release of Nnamdi Kanu.
In a related development,the Nigerian police have reacted to the claim that 11 pro-Biafra protesters were killed during the solidarity march for Donald Trump in Port Harcourt, River state.
The comedic protest turned tragic when the police and other security operative confronted them leading to the death of 11 people according to reports.
Nnamdi Omoni who is the spokesperson of the Rivers state police command confirmed the incident but said no one died.
"To the best of my knowledge, there was no casualty as the police merely employed minimal action, which involved the use of tear gas to disperse protesters.”
But the media and publicity secretary of IPOB, Emma Powerful, alleged that no fewer than 11 members of the pro-Biafra group have been shot dead by security operatives.
“They have attacked our people; 11 have been confirmed dead, many others have bullet wounds”
Also a twitter user Anioke Collins, said Biafrians were been shot by police officers at Igwuocha area of the state.