The death Ikonso Don, the Imo State Commander of Eastern Security Network (ESN) made wave in the media about two weeks ago.The late ESN Commander who allegedly masterminded the coordinated attacks on the Nigeria Police Command Headquarters, and Nigerian Correctional Service (NCS) facilities in Owerri, was trailed and killed in his hometown, Awomama, Imo State by a joint security operatives made up of the Army, DSS and Police.
Based on the incessant attacks against policemen and security personnel in the South South and South East, some towns have started helping themselves in protecting their police facilities against attacks by the dreaded Unknown Gunmen.The Elele police station in Rivers state is one of such places where a civilian para military organisation is out to help shield the police from attacks.
The Eastern Security Network and Nigerian Security Agencies have been on loggerheads for a while now.It can be recalled that the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) led my Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, recently setup the Eastern Security Network (ESN) as a vigilante group for the old Eastern region.
Following the increasing insecurity in the country and attack by unknown gunmen in the southeastern part of Nigeria, it’s been alleged that Imo government officials are now wearing bullet proof to functions.According to a couple of pictures making rounds online, the government officials are spotted wearing the bullet proof vex despite armed security personnel with them.
A human rights activist and lawyer Inibehe Effiong has distanced himself from the case of Miss Iniubong Umoren, a graduate in Akwa Ibom State who was allegedly raped and murdered while seeking a job.“I am not part of any ‘legal team’ for the family of Iniubong.
Today, a job seeker named Blessing Gloria revealed how she escaped Mr. Akpan's trap targeted against her and Umoren.Blessing who was also contacted on her phone almost the same time when Umoren was contacted narrated how she was lured to the same place where Inibong Umoren was raped and killed by the alleged serial killer, Akpan.
A thief on the loose and a serial killer who met and fell in love inside a jail have announced their plans to marry.Serial killer Joanna Dennehy wants to marry street thief Hayley Palmer after they fell in love behind bars, according to the DailyStar.Serial killer, Joanna Dennehy Hayley, a 16-year convicted street thief, is said to have changed her name to Dennehy, who is serving a life sentence.
The level of insecurity in Nigeria is increasing on daily basis, though the problem of insecurity is a global challenge but how herdsmen and unknown gunmen are currently disturbing the peace of the nation is so alarming.A young man who is a member of Man O'War organization lost his life after visiting his girlfriend.
The sad news of the murder of a very beautiful lady who is also a graduate of the university of Uyo came as shock to everyone.Her names are Iniubong Umoren, she was 26 years old and a fresh graduate who got an invite to come for a job interview scheduled by Mr Akpan at a location on the outskirts of Uyo, the Akwa Ibom State capital.
Awurum Eze has finally been arrested after he escaped arrest on the 4th of this month.If we would recall, the commander of the IPOB/ESN, Ikonso was killed but his second in command escaped.This happened on the 4th of this month, after he escaped in his house in Imo state.
Do we still have people who don’t want to believe that the unknown gunmen terrorizing the South East and South South are members of Eastern Security Network, ESN?The Nigerian Army, through its spokesman, Brigadier General Mohammed Yerima, has made public the arrest of Mr. Awurum Eze.
There has been an increase in attacks on security personnel in some parts of the country, especially in the South East and other parts of the South, with health and property safety associations now being hunted down by unknown gunmen who killed dozens of police officers and soldiers a few weeks ago.
The Nigerian Army have arrested another IPOB/ESN commander, Awurum Eze in Aba, Abia state on Wednesday, 12th May.Mr Awurum Eze, a native of Umoneke Nta, Isiala-Mbano LGA, Imo State is said to be the second in command to late Ikonso.Remember that Ikonso was shot dead alongside 6 members of the Eastern Security Network (ESN), two weeks ago in a gun battle between IPOB/ESN and Nigeria Army.
The Nigeria Army today arrested the second in command to late Ikonso, the ESN commander killed by Nigerian Army in Awonmanma, Imo State.According to reports from the Sahara Reporters, the 48 year old man by the name Awurum Eze hails from Umunoke Nta, in Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State.
The early morning rain in Akwa Ibom state today could not stop some outlaws identified as unknown gunmen as they attacked two police stations in the state.The affected police stations are in Ika and Etim Ekpo local government area.This incident happened on Wednesday morning.According to a newspaper outlet, 'The Nation Nigeria', a police officer identified as PC Edogi Bassey was killed during the attack.
Weeks after IPOB/ESN commander, Ikonso was neutralized in an operation carried out by a joint team of security operatives, it is now confirmed that the second in command to Ikonso, Awurum Eze has been arrested in Aba, Abia state.Vanguard confirmed that Eze narrowly escaped when operatives of Intelligence Response Team (IRT) stormed his village house in Mbano LGA, Imo state weeks back.
The Nigerian army has claimed that its men have arrested the second in command of the former IPOB Commander, Ikonso, who was killed last month during a gun duel with Nigerian security forces.This was disclosed on Wednesday night by the Director Army Public Relations, Brigadier General Mohammed Yerima.
The Nigerian Army has reportedly arrested One Awurum Eze, the Second-in-command to late IPOB unit commander Ikonso.The 48 year old was said to be the aid to the late terror Ikonso, who has killed on the early hours of Saturday 25 April 2021, when a group of joint security operatives stormed his hideout at their operational headquarters in Awomama Village, Oru East Local Government Area of Imo.
Barely three weeks after Nigeria forces killed Don Ikonso, the commander of Eastern Security Network (ESN), an unconstitutional security outfit created by Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), they also recorded another success by arresting Awurum Eze, the deputy commander of ESN.In a statement issued on Wednesday night by the Army Public Relations Officer, Brigadier General Mohammed Yerima, he noted that Awurum Eze is one of the main sponsors of the various killings and attacks on government facilities in Imo State.
Sounds of gunshots were heard in Iwukem and Ika villages of Akwa Ibom state.It was later revealed that gunmen attacked two divisional police stations in the state.One of the stations attacked is Iwukem police station at Etim Ekpo Local government area while the second one is Ika police station, all in Akwa Ibom state.