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ESN Successfully rescues 52 IPOB members from military prison in Niger State
Operatives of the just inaugurated safety outfit, Eastern Security Network reportedly secures the release of 26 members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
The rescued members said to have been freed in batches were amongst victims allegedly whisked away by the men of the Nigerian military during the course of a clampdown in Obigbo for ‘execution’.
Based on the report SCANNEWS24 sighted on Thursday made available by Prince Kanu Meme, younger sibling to Nnamdi Kanu, twenty-six people rescued from a military dungeon in Niger State.
In his words “We have secured the release of the last batch of these 26 Biafran youths lifted from Obigbo to Niger state for execution”
The prompt intervention of ESN brought the total number freed from the military prison to fifty-two “The total number of Igbo Biafran youths so far released from Niger state military prisons are 52”
He further noted that one person was confirmed dead regards severe torture inflicted in Obigbo and another lost finger to soldiers’ brutality.
He assured in course of time more atrocious activities allegedly conducted under Governor Nyesom Wike’s directives will be made open.
“We’re going to expose the atrocities of the Nigeria military, Nyesom Wike and others that conspired to kill Igbo Biafrans in Obigbo” Read all
Recall the vigilante body according to Nnamdi Kanu was launched to improve security in the South, mainly the forests, farmlands.
He noted in a statement publicized by Emma Powerful the excesses of marauding Fulani Herdmen, turning communities into rapping and killing fields will not be tolerated.
Meanwhile, Igbo leaders and its youths under the aegis of Ohanaeze Youth Council and Ohanaeze General have thrown their support to the establishment of ESN.
In separate statements, the groups encouraged IPOB to maintain its purpose of operation targeted at securing life and properties and to restore hope.