Recall that some days ago news surfaced on air that ESN security commander Ikonso was killed. The group in the east called IPOB was not happy about the death of their commander who was killed. Ikonso who was part of the Eastern Security Network was killed by the Nigerian military forces.
Ever since Ikonso was killed, many of his special pictures have been surfacing online. Recently, a Facebook user took to Facebook to post photos of Late Ikonso having fun with children. He further stated that he had a great love for children. In his words, he said "Late IKONSO and his love for children."
This makes him unique because many people believe that most warriors undergo series of training and encounters that sometimes affect their affection. But the case of Ikonso is different. Amidst the fact that he is a commander, he still has great love and cares for children.
Ever since this photo was posted on Facebook, it has been generating lots of reactions from people. Check out people's comments below.
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