Recent development has disclosed how the 5 South East governors in a meeting convened in Owerri, Imo state today has launched a new regional security outfit known as the 'EbubeAgu' to battle the highly increasing level of insecurity currently taking it's toll in South East.
The news development which has attracted the attention of many Nigerians and the Igbos to be specific, has drawn a form of heated argument on social media as many Nigerians mocked the governors for waking in their long slumber after the ESN has already been created and launched by Nnamdi Kanu.
Apparently, in a quick response to this, the Nigerian humanitarian activist, Aisha Yesufu has taken to her official twitter handle recently to react towards the news report. Aisha Yesufu who has always believed in the rule of law, equal right and justice for every Nigerian came out to drag those who she claimed has failed to understand her point of view when she mentioned about the legitimacy of the Eastern Security Network group. Aisha who seem to be contemplating on the fact that this recent regional security outfit has a backup from South East governors, while ESN doesn't, went further to state that this is a case of law and not emotions.
Shortly after she made the tweet, many Nigerians has taken to their respective social media handles to blast Aisha over her statement about the legitimacy of ESN.
See reactions from angry Nigerians below.
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