Nnamdi Kanu is planning to send the Eastern Security Network on a rescue mission to Benue State.
Eko hot blog gathered, that the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), led by Nnamdi Kanu, has announced that officials from the Eastern Security Network (ESN), also known as Biafra soldiers, will be dispatched to Benue State, north central Nigeria, to protect their kinsmen and kinswomen.
According to an IDOMA VOICE post, Nnamdi Kanu stated that the decision to send the Eastern Security Network (ESN), also known as Biafra soldiers, to Benue State became necessary due to the state’s deteriorating security situation.
Kanu stated that if the killings continue, he will have no choice but to send Eastern Security Network (ESN) operatives to Benue.
”It has become very imperative that we, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, bring to the attention of Gov. Samuel Ortom of Benue State how Fulani terrorists masquerading as herdsmen are terrorizing Igbo communities in his state,” said Emma Powerful, IPOB’s spokesman.
“The world needs to be aware of this atrocity, which has persisted because the Governor has failed to uphold his responsibility to protect the lives and property of these innocent Igbo communities in his state.
“Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State must take responsibility for securing these communities, or IPOB will deploy our valiant Eastern Security Network, ESN, operatives to do the job.
“The Benue government must act quickly to ensure that the Chief of Ataloga and others who have been kidnapped are released and that no harm comes to them; otherwise, ESN will unleash its vengeance on the Fulani in the state.
“According to our findings, the Ataloga community was the hardest hit by Fulani herdsmen attacks, with three innocent locals kidnapped by men in military uniform.
Mazi Boniface, the community’s chief; IPOB Coordinator; and the Ndigwe community’s youth leader are among the victims. Chief Simon Nweke of Ndiighe in Ado LGA, and Patrick Nweke, Youth President of Ndiighe in Ado LGA, are among the others.
Edele village, Ogbala Izi village, Onyenu village, Obokata village, Ekpuphu village, and Idele Izi village are among the other Igbo villages under siege in Benue State’s Izi, Oju LGA.
“Villages such as Ndi Nwankwo, Osidi, Usebe, Eka, Ikari, Ameka, Edear, and others.