A recent report from Sahara Reporters has disclosed how the EbubeAgu Security Network operating in the Southeast part of the country has killed 5 persons in Ebonyi State after they invaded the Amasiri community in the Afikpo North local government area of the state and opened fire on some youths over allegations that they sealed off one Lebanese quarry company in the area.
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Unfortunately, it was later gathered that the youths whom the EbubeAgu opened fire on over an unfounded allegation had already reached an agreement with the said company to unseal the facility.
Further report has it that the youths were already sharing the money given to them by the management of the company only for EbubeAgu to storm the scene and open fire on the youths.
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In the light of the recent development, my common question is; Why didn't EbubeAgu arrest these youths since they have already envisaged them as suspects and hand them over to the police?. We all are aware of how unknown gunmen and criminals has recently grasped hold of the Southeast region wreaking havoc, killing both innocent residents and top monarchs, and destroying facilities of security agents in the region with little or no intervention from the EbubeAgu Security Network.
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This very EbubeAgu which is supposed to form a synergy with the security agents being deployed to the region in combatting insecurity is yet to contribute some reasonable efforts towards reducing the very sinister that's ravaging the region, as people are still being killed by these unknown gunmen.
Consequently, considering the above question I undoubtedly believe that is an act of unprofessionalism on the side of EbubeAgu because these youths were neither armed nor identified as suspects, which means that EbubeAgu didn't even act on intelligence reports before carrying out their operation.
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