Recently, we all are aware of the recent launching of the 'EbubeAgu' Security Network in order to help the country's military and policemen to battle and tackle insecurity mainly in the South East. The existence of 'EbubeAgu' was however brought to place after a prison break occured at the Imo state prison granting all the criminals in it's captivity an unmerited freedom, coupled with the ongoing killings of our policemen in the whole of South East by the unknown gunmen.
However, before the existence of 'EbubeAgu' we all knew that the Eastern Security Network has already been operating in the whole of South East with little or nothing to be shown for it, as the activities of these gunmen has persisted in South East despite their presence. Apparently, pending on the fact that 'EbubeAgu' has now been launched and is being strongly supported by the whole South East governors, their seem to be one question I have been considering about how both the ESN and the 'EbubeAgu' will now operating.
Everyone is solely aware that the government of the country as well as the South East governors are not in support of the activities of these very ESN group, as they had once been tagged a terrorist group. However my question now;
Will South East governors terminate ESN now as they have launched the legal 'EbubeAgu' to protect Igbo land?
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