Nigerians have expressed their dissatisfaction over the continued imprisonment of 112 women who were arrested and remanded in prison were charged with reasonable felony.
The offence of the women was for demanding from government to know where the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu is.
The women currently in detention, have complained about being maltreated, as some say they have no pads for their menstration and sleep on their blood.
However, Imo State Federal Prison authorities have debunked the allegations, saying the IPOB women are being looked after.
The women who were remanded in prison after a Magistrate Court said it didn’t have the power to grant them bail for their charges.
It appears the women may remain in custody until the Attorney-General speaks on the matter.
Nigerians have taken to social media to call the government for the treatment meted out to the women who only protested unarmed.