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BREAKING: ESN issues 5 days ultimatum to firm harbouring fleeing soldiers spotted in footage (video)

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The just launched security group in the South East has warned a company in Orlu axis harbouring fleeing men of the Nigerian army after gun dual on Monday.

The group expressed anger that despite troubles unleashed on the Eastern Security Network, a firm identified as ‘Charlse Aluminum Company provided shelter for the soldiers.

The Aluminum company had released a clip cautioning the general public particularly motorists against using the road in the heat of a fierce clash between ESN and Nigerian troops.

The management confirmed that two men of the military attached to a team with white patrol vehicles were spotted lifeless while displaying a fleeing soldier escaped from a bashed Van towards the company.

Retrieved statement from an online blogger, Its Lizzy, noted that ESN allegedly issued a stringent warning to the company to release the soldiers or face consequences.

The statement described the security operatives as ‘Terrorists’ in uniform.

ESN additionally stated it is unnecessary and unacceptable to provide accommodation to the ‘terrorists’ in their land when the vigilantes strives to make life unsuitable for them.

The firm has between 25 to 29 January 2021 to provide people involved, it states.

Recall the Nigerian army apparently, took a war to IPOB’s safety outfit despite worsening security issues in the country, majorly within the Northern.

According to sighted footage, for the second time soldiers have attempted crack down ESN members in their base in Orlu, Imo State.

Earlier clips disclosed the operatives abandoned tow patrol vehicles on sighting the vigilantes.

Circulated clips yesterday indicated yet another clash believed to have caused an unverified number of casualties including residents and soldiers.

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