The Nigerian army have reportedly taken to their Twitter page and revealed two IPOB members who have communication link with Nnamdi Kanu.This revelation that was made by the Nigerian Army has been generating different reactions on the internet since today.According to a recent Twitter post that was made by the Nigerian Army, they took took to their Twitter page and revealed how it is only Ikonso and Awurum that have communication with Nnamdi Kanu.
Man arrested not ESN Commander – Kanu Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, reacted to the arrest of the Deputy Commander of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, on Thursday.Kanu claimed that the man arrested by the Nigerian Army was too old to join the ESN.
The proscribed IPOB group has spoken out about the arrest of the alleged ESN top leader, saying that the man arrested by the security operatives is not a member of the Eastern Security Network, as claimed by the Nigerian Army.The group debunked the claim that the man is second in command to Ikonso, the ESN commander who was neutralized by the security operatives a few weeks ago, and said that the man is too old to be recruited into ESN.
Just about a few weeks ago, photos of Boko Haram making donations to the residents of Yobe state stormed the media, and netizens were stunned by the latest recruitment strategy employed by the terrorists.It was seen that the terrorists were donating food items to these poor residents during the Ramadan period amidst the poor economic state of the people.
The Nigerian Army has made a formal report on the arrest of Awurum Eze who is said to be the second in-command to the late IPOB/ESN commander, Ikonso.Awurum Eze is 48years and a native of Umoneke Nta, Isiala-Mbano Local Government Area, Imo State.According to the Nigerian Army, Awurum Eze was lucky to escape the first time an attempt was made to arrest him in his home town in Umoneke Nta.
The Nigerian Army has debunked reports which alleged that Boko Haram and ISIS distributed Ramadan welfare packages to feed some residents of Yobe and Borno States.The army said that its attention has been drawn to the publication which alleged that Boko Haram also gave the locals cash in order to entice them to join them The army noted that the publication did not mention any specific location where the incident happened.
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) denied on Thursday that a top official of the party had been detained in Aba, Abia State, by the Nigerian Army.A top commander of IPOB's intelligence arm, the Eastern Security Network (ESN), was arrested, the army said in a statement issued by its spokesman Brigadier-General Mohammed Yerima on Wednesday night.
The proscribed secessionist group, Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB has debunked the news that the Nigerian army has arrested the Eastern Security Network, ESN Second-in-command.This man arrested is assumed to be Ikonso's Second-in-command.The Nigerian Army has recently disclosed to the public that Ikonso's Second-in-command has been arrested.
Buhari Speaks Over Death Of Dogonyaro President Muhammadu Buhari has said the death of a former Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Joshua Dogonyaro, is a loss to the Nigerian Army and the country at large.Naija News reports that Dogonyaro was also part of the coup plotters that removed President Buhari from Power in 1985.
Yesterday, news broke that the Nigerian Army has arrested the second-in-command to the late Vice-President designate of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and ESN top commander, Ikonso at Aba, Abia state.The man who was arrested was identified as Anwurum Eze and was accused of masterminding various attacks in the South-East.
Nigerian Army The Nigerian military has vowed that it will continue its operations in the South East until it crushes the stronghold of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Eastern Security Network (ESN) on the region.The military said this following the successful raid in Imo State that led to the arrest of the Second-in-Command in the ESN leadership hierarchy, Awurum Eze.
In the early hours of yesterday, the Nigerian Army released a statement that they've arrested the new Commander of Eastern Security Network.However, we really don't know why ESN is considered a threat to the Eastern people.Why would the Nigerian Army continue to attack a security outfit that is doing everything to protect the lives of innocent Easterners?
The IPOB Top Leader, popularly known as Awurum Eze has reportedly been arrested.Awurum Eze who is the Second-in-Command to the neutralised commander of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the Eastern Security Network (ESN) was arrested in Aba town in Abia State during a raid that was conducted by the Nigerian Army.
The level of insecurity in the nation is alarming as a result of the killings and kidnappings going on in the country.Nigeria is at the edge of dividing as a result of people claiming and saying the country should be divided.Many people, have lost the lives of both loved ones, family and friends due to the high level of insecurity in the nation.
1) Army arrests ESN 'top commander' - Official The Nigerian Army has arrested Awurum Eze, second in command of the Eastern Security Network (ESN), the militant arm of the outlawed pro-Biafra group, IPOB.Army spokesperson, Mohammed Yerima, revealed this in a statement on Wednesday.
Awurum Eze Following the killing of Ikonso Don, commander of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the Eastern Security Network (ESN), last month, the Army has been relentless in its effort to rid the South East of the menace of ESN.A team of military officers have been combing the region searching desperately for members of the ESN, who the army blame for the spike in criminality and attack on government infrastructure in the region.
Some Hours ago, The Nigerian Army announced the arrest of Awurum Eze, the man they assumed to be the second in Command to the late Ikonso.In their realised message, they made it known that Mr. Awurum who has been hiding from the Army has been their target for almost 3 months untill her was finally arrested in Aba.
The proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has reacted to the report that a top commander of the Eastern Security Network (ESN), has been arrested by the Nigerian Army.The group who spoke through its spokesperson, Emma Powerful, on Thursday, May 13, said that the man arrested by the Nigerian army is not a member of the Eastern Security Network.
The Nigerian Army has arrested another IPOB strongman, Awurum Eze, who is the second-in-command to Ikonso Don.He was arrested by security agents in Abia State on Wednesday.The Nigerian Army has released a picture of the criminal with the leader of IPOB, Mazi Nmandi Kanu.
Nigerian Army has arrested the second in command of late Don Ikonso in Aba after weeks of concealment.Mr. Eze is 48-year-old and he is the second in command too late Ikonso who was killed during a joint security operation in Imo State.According to reports reaching my hands from Peoples Gazette in the late hours of yesterday, Nigerian Army has apprehended Awurum Eze for sponsoring the numerous assassinating happening in Imo State and has been on the wanted list of security agents for more than three months.