Its not clear if the agitators engaged security operatives in Aba.
More details regarding the breakdown of law and order, follow shortly.
Meanwhile, the arrest and continuous detention of Nnamdi Kanu, a leader of the Biafra secessionist, has been stated as the reason for the intensifying agitations within the Southeastern region of Nigeria.
Earlier on Saturday, November 14, the parents of the Biafra chief, told newsmen that they feared Kanu is no longer alive or might be in very bad shape.
Their suspicions they say are founded on the premise that the Radio Biafra boss has for too long been held captive by the Department of State Services (DSS).
In the light fears raised by Kanu’s family, supporters of the movement for the actualization of Biafra, have issued threats that if any should befall their leader, then Nigeria will be forced to dance to the rhythm of war.