We all know that insecurity the country is currently facing, bringing us to the fact that Governors of South East (SE) held a meeting and lunched a security outfit with the name "Ebube Agu". To tackle insecurity in South East region of the country. Now that the SE Governors have launched Ebube Agu, hope Nnamdi Kanu and his ESN boys will take a rest.
According to Nnamdi Kanu, it was made known that the ESN goal was to act as a regional security force to protect people against Fulani raiders. But now that the Governors have lunched a security outfit that will fight terrorism and protect the lives of citizens, hope Nnamdi Kanu and his ESN boys will rest now? What do you think? I hope this insecurity the country is facing will one day come to an end. Share your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below. Also share with family and friends.
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