We all know the insecurity the country is currently facing and the sad incident that happened in Imo state. How according to Sahara it was made known that some suspected ESN raided a police station and destroyed it. See source
But it will interest you to know that Governor Hope Uzodinma saw the future when the governor of Imo State, confirmed inviting the military to flush out members of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) linked with the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). In Orlu months back. See source from PM News.
He must have seen that they will end up causing harm. Imagine if he did not invite the Nigerian Army in Orlu the issue would have escalated. What happened In Imo state and how it was alleged by Sahara Reporters that the ESN are behind the attack is not something nice.
I just hope the Government and security personnel will take actions to avoid further damage, and am glad that Governor Hope Uzodinma saw the future when he invited the Nigerian Army to deal with ESN months back. What do you think?
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