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ESN confronts man for sell of land to Herders, warn kinsmen, others (video)
Men of the Eastern Security Network, in a sighted video by Scannews24 said to have paid a sudden visit to a man at his family residence in Enugu East, for allegedly selling land to Herdsmen.
The man, referred to as Chairman, according to the commenter overheard in the retrieved clip, is among leaders selling in the community selling land to Fulani Herdsmen.
Unfortunately, the security vigilantes did not meet him on arriving at the residence. The man escaped.
Aiden Dillion, who is believed to be an IPOB insider, shared the video on his Facebook timeline on Monday warning the rest of Igbo leaders involved in the act to desist.
He revealed that those doing similar land business including forests in Enugu with “Miyetti Allah Fulani Terrorists” should be ready to face similar consequences.
Dillion also warned the youths to extend messages to their fathers, uncles, Igwe, Eze, community PG, brothers, and cousins to refrain or be regarded as a traitor.
He said ‘enough is enough’.
Recall, the safety outfit, ESN was inaugurated last year by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to eradicate the menace of marauding armed Herders within rural communities in the Southeast region.
Speaking through the group’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, Nnamdi Kanu stated that lands and forests in the region were gradually turning into raping and killing fields.
He keenly instructed all settlers within the forests to relocate to urban areas to live like other patriotic Nigerians.
He, however, noted that the move is targeted at making the farmlands and forests safe for mothers and dwellers.