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Nnamdi Kanu speaks on ESN Operation as Govs thwarts regional safety plan
Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has responded to a statement credited to the Governors’ forum of the South East.
The Commander of the Eastern Security Network declared ESN would operate even ad the governors are yet to register their approval.
The IPOB leader made the disclosure through Emma Powerful, the group’s Media and Publicity Secretary to Dave Umahi’s remark.
The Ebonyi State Governor, who serves as Chairman of the Southeast Governors’ Forum, had negatively reacted to the establishment of ESN, described it as a ‘laughable distraction’.
Umahi told easterners to ignore IPOB’s plan to secure the southeast communities with ESN volunteers noting that governors are already securing the region.
The director of Radio Biafra, Kanu frowned at the comment by the governors told them ‘halt terrorism first before planning to stop ESN.
Partly the statement read: “We the global family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under the command and leadership of our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, condemn in very strong terms, the recent shameful statement credited to Gov.
“Dave Umahi on behalf of his fellow lilly-livered and coward governors of southeast against the newly established Eastern Security Network, ESN.
“They only further exposed their emptiness and detachment from the people.
“But our message to the treacherous southeast Governors and their South-South counterparts is that ‘the train has since left the station’ and can’t reverse its course.
“May we remind the traitors that the Eastern region cannot be sacrificed at the altar of their political interest. It’s either they key in or shape out! The East can exist without them. They should steer clear because they can’t withstand the force behind ESN.”