Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has resurfaced after over a year in hiding.
Kanu was last seen publicly when security forces invaded his residence in Abia state in September 2017.
Emmanuel, his younger brother, had said he might have been killed, asking the military to produce his corpse.
In February, security forces told TheCable that the IPOB leader was spotted in Ghana alongside his wife.
Kanu was said to have lived at an estate called “Arabella” in Accra, Ghanaian capital. He was regularly seen at Kenzo Bar and IBG saloon in Accra, disguising in a face cap. He reportedly patronised suya joints in remote parts of the city.
He was reportedly ferried to the Niger Delta creeks by militants at the height of Operation Python Dance II, from where he found his way to Ghana by sea.
In photos and videos shared online by Radio Biafra, the IPOB leader was seen observing some rites in Jerusalem.