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SURFACED: ESN Comb Enugu Forests For Criminals, Invaders – (Video)
Men of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, in a surfaced clip said to have devoted to smoking out all criminal elements around major forests in Enugu State.
The Commander also Leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu had launched the security outfit on twelfth December 2020 against rampaging armed Herders and criminals operating within rural communities in the Southeast region.
Kanu noted that the lives of farmers and dwellers are no longer safe regarding unabated killing, rapping and kidnapping by believed Fulani Herdsmen.
He warned settlers in forests to relocate to urban cities like other patriotic Nigerians to enable the Vigilantes to curtail the rising insurgency in the region.
The video retrieved by SCANNEWS24 indicated ESN members at an undisclosed location in Enugu chasing Herdsmen and their cows.
The commentator who appears to be a member of the safety body covering activity said ‘they are warned to leave their region and stop rapping their women yet they listen’.
Similar footages have made their way to the social media showing the group burning Fulani settlements and sending them off community.
Recall, the Chairman of the governors’ forum, Southeast, David Umahi had earlier some months back restated that ban on open grazing and movement of a castle by foot are still enforce, warned defaulters to desist.