We all know that the intentions of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's Eastern Security Network is actually a plan to stay clear of insecurity in the state, if for anything for their intent to protect the Eastern territory against aggression most espressively a question still linger in my mind, is he supposed to be in charge of the security of the East when there are governor's on ground?
Since we are under a guideline of a constitution, the ESN is not a legal organization approved by law and this is clearly a fact. It is still an illegal organization and a crime syndicate because it has no legal backing by the constitution, besides no one will support an organization without constitutional backing not even a politician will support that.
Prospectively the organization will probably want people to buy the idea that they are only working to preserve and protect people, but it will still be void as it sounds and this might amount to serious issues too.
So the question remains, is Nnamdi Kanu making up an excuse for insecurity?
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