The Eastern Security network which was created by the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, which was created by the group to ensure that their lives and properties of the south Easterners are protected. It was reported that the south east governors snubbed the Eastern Security network, and created their own security network called“ Ebubeagu Agu”. After the Ipob heard about the newly created security outfit, they condemned it and said that anyone who joins the newly created security outfit, to act as a spy to the ESN would meet their ancestors. The Indigenous people of Biafra maintained that there was no need for the governors to open another security network, because such security network is against the Eastern Security network. They stated that any other security outfit would crash.
They maintained that their main aim is to protect the lives of all the Igbos.
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