Facebook says it removed the page of Nigerian separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu for violating its rules on harm and hate speech.
In reaction, Ipob says it will appeal against the ban, describing the action of Facebook “as not only baffling but too petty”.
“We wonder why a global social media giant like Facebook would allow itself to be used by agents of oppression in Nigeria to suppress the truth,” head of media Emma Powerful said.
Ipob is proscribed in Nigeria, which labelled it a terrorist organisation in 2017.
Nnamdi Kanu came to fame in 2009 when he started Radio Biafra and broadcast to Nigeria from London, using the platform to call for Biafran independence and urging his followers to take up arms against the Nigerian state.