Some days ago, many governors in the South-East region came together to form the security outfit to protect lives and properties of the people in the region.
The formation of this new outfit became necessary due to the increase in criminal activities and the recent attacks on police stations and facilities in the region.
However, the Indigenous People of Biafra were reported to have rejected the formation of the new security outfit saying that their own security outfit which is the illegal Eastern Security Network is already on ground.
Priest Joseph who had advised Igbos some days ago to stop agitating for Biafra and almost told Nnamdi Kanu to stop referring to Nigeria as a zoo has once again advised Nnamdi Kanu on what to do.
The popular webmaster told Nnamdi Kanu to dissolve the Eastern Security Network and instruct all the operatives to join Ebube Agu.
He told Nnamdi Kanu to stop risking the lives of his followers and work together to make the South-east great again.
Priest Joseph took to his Twitter handle to say this some minutes ago, read it below.
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