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Fire everywhere as ESN locates another Herders’ settlement in Ebonyi (Video)
Yet another clip makes rounds on Social platforms indicating men of the Eastern Security Network destroy settlements belonging to herders in the Onitcha community in Ebonyi State.
This is coming three days after leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) shared a disturbing video of ESN volunteers kill over twenty cows in Isikwuatu Local government Abia State.
The footage retrieved and sighted by Scannews24 displays operatives of the Eastern Vigilantes set a number of hut houses ablaze on Tuesday.
Reports have it that the residents of community have recorded several attacks by the armed Fulani Herdsmen destroy their crops and rape their women without police intervention.
According to gathered information, the community decided to invite ESN volunteers for their rescue.
Meanwhile, ESN commander, Kanu, has assured that his men will embark on enforcing Anti-Grazing Law within the Southeast region just like their counterparts, the Hisbah in the North and Amotekun in the Southwest.
This was days after IPOB issued a seven-day ultimatum to the Southeast governors for the implementation of anti-grazing law just like the Southwest governors.
Responding earlier on Monday, chairman of the Southeast Governors Forum, David Umahi, said both movement of cows by foot and open grazing in the region is prohibited.