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ESN Disarm, Captures Suspected Fulani Herders In Enugu
Members of the internal vigilante group, Eastern Security Network, ESN under the command of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) reportedly have disarmed and apprehended some suspected Fulani Herdsmen.
A post shared by Jonas Rafael on Thursday noted the armed rampaging Herders were overrun within Aninri, Enugu State.
Recovered from them includes four Ak47 rifles and a number of IED explosives.
This is coming a few hours after it was reported the rampaging armed Herdsmen attacked Ogbede-Mgbuji Eha-Amufu community in the Isi-Uzo Local Government Area killing no fewer than five persons, Vanguard reports.
Nimbo, Uzo-Uwani, and many other communities have experienced a brutal attack from these Herders despite efforts by the government to arrest the situation.
Before his arrest, the leader of the IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu had set up ESN to combat major insecurity within farmlands and rural areas across the Southeast.
The major concern for establishing the local security outfit was to protect farmers and villagers who have suffered a series of raids by the Cattle Rearers.