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He Was Hoping In His “10 Kobo Juju” To Fight The Govt — Onyinye On The Killing Of The ESN Commander

More reactions have continued to trail the killing of a top commander of the Eastern Security Network (ESN), an Illegal security organization set up by the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) (Nnamdi Kanu).

While some persons in the South East region are supporting the operation of the deadly group, some are not. For instance, Onyinye Zara, a popular Facebook user from the region is not a fan of the Illegal group (ESN).

In her Facebook post some hours ago, the lady alleged that, the late commander of the ESN died as a result of his over-trust on his 'Juju', but failed to understand that, those he is attacking may also have the same thing on their bodies.

The woman who insinuated in her post that, his ignorant has finally killed him, posts photos of the late member of the ESN where he poses with Nnamdi Kanu, their leader. See the Facebook post from the lady's handle below:

Unlike their equivalents, operating peacefully in other parts of the country in order to help the federal security agents secure the country, ESN continue to attack security agencies such as police, armies, etc in parts of the South East region.

In the recent days, some police stations in Anambara, Imo, Enugu, Abia, etc have been attached by suspected members of the organization.

In reaction to their recent attacks on prison facilities and police Headquarters in Imo state where a lot of properties and lives were lost, the security agents trailed them and report the killing of one of their top commanders in the early hours of today.

Recall that, shortly before the news of the commander's death came to Nigerians, the attack carried out by suspected members of the group on the residence of Hope Uzodima, the executive governor of Imo state was on the lips of Nigerians.

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