Full Report Of Intersociety On Military Massacre Operations In Eastern Nigeria (August 2015-September 2017)



(Detailed Chronology of Nigerian Military Massacre Operations in Eastern Nigeria: August 2015-Sept. 2017)

About Intersociety

International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law is a registered non-governmental and nonprofit human rights, security and democracy advocacy group based in Onicha-Mmili (Onitsha), Southeast Nigeria; thematically advocating for promotion and advancement of democracy and good governance, civil liberties and the rule of law and citizens’ security and safety. See our website for more details at www.intersociety-ng.org.  tersociety-ng.org/phocadownload/2019/under%20buhari%20and%20osinbajo%20many%20have%20gone%2

General Background: The Igbo Ethnic Nationality (group victim of the grisly crimes against humanity in Eastern Nigeria) is one of over 370 ethnic groups in Nigeria and among the three largest tribes of Hausa-Fulani, Yoruba and Igbo in the country. The People of Igbo Nation ancestrally occupy five States in Nigeria, namely: Anambra, Enugu, Imo, Abia and Ebonyi with combined land mass of 29, 525 square kilometers(km2) involving: (a) Enugu-7,161km2, (b) Abia-6,320km2, (c) Ebonyi-5,670km2, (d) Imo-5,630km2 and (e) Anambra-4,844km2). These five core Igbo States have combined sedentary or home population of over 30m and are located in old Eastern Nigeria, now called “Southeast Nigeria.” Click to read the full Report