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BREAKING: Bullet Rains As ESN, Again, Set Ablaze Herdsmen Illegal Settlement In Ebonyi (Video)
The newly launched local security outfit in the Southeast are really geared towards bringing down every illegal structure within bushes and forests in the region.
The safety body, Eastern Security Network, which is largely made up of male and female volunteers from the region is charged to secure and fish out criminals, rapists, kidnappers, and killers terrorizing rural areas mainly farmers and women and their daughters.
A surfaced footage indicated another accomplishments by the vigilantes razed to ashes suspected unapproved structures allegedly occupied by herdsmen in some villages.
The leader of the group, Nnamdi Kanu had earlier warned all herders to relocate to urban areas like patriotic Nigerians.
Kanu lamented over continued rapping and killing of farmers in their farmlands and turning of forests into killing and rapping fields.
However, the location of the burnt structures was not mentioned as the commenter who probably recorded the viral video cover scenes of the burning settlements.
In the meantime, Nnamdi Kanu has appealed to southern governors to implement the 1969 Anti-Grazing Law within fourteen days.
Consequently, he warned the ESN will be forced to enforce the law if they fail to do so.
Kanu commended the southwest governor for their swift move to end all forms of open grazing in their states and urged Southern governors to do the same.