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Nnamdi Kanu Reveals What ESN Is Fighting For, Says ESN/IPOB Will Not Die In Silence

Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has again reiterated the mission of the local security outfit, ESN, established by him.

Kanu made this known while reacting to an outcry by a prominent politician from Plateau state, who had raised alarm tht foreign Fulani have taken over and renovated the people of his constituents.

According to NigerianTribune, the member of the House of Representatives from Barakin Ladi/Riyom Federal Constituency of Plateau State, Honourable Simon Mwadkon had revealed that he presented a petition before the House with regard to the over 55 communities in his constituency that have been destroyed and taken over by foreign Fulanis.

Consequently, in his reaction, Kanu seized the opportunity to explained that the formation of Eastern Security Network was aimed at preventing such occurrenece in the southeast region.

Speaking further, the IPOB leader said although other regions may choose to tolerate such, but the IPOB/ESN will never take that, saying irrespective of the obstacles placed on the agitators path, they'll prevail.

In his words, be said:

"Plateau Rep laments that “Foreign Fulani have renovated, taken over my people’s houses”.

This is what #ESN is fighting to prevent in Biafraland & we shall prevail regardless of every obstacle placed on our path. Other ethnic groups may choose to die in silence but not IPOB/ESN."

Consequently, while many prominent Nigerians had urged the ESN to join forces with the newly established southeast security outfit, Ebubeagu, the IPOB has however vowed not to have anything to do with the outfit, saying Ebubeagu was created to spy on the activities of the ESN.

But, in your thoughts, do you agree that to curb the rising insecurity crisis in the southeast, ESN and Ebubeagu should work together ?

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Biafra ESN IPOB Plateau State Simon Mwadkon


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