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Terrorists Clash With ESN Vigilantes In Ebonyi State, Camps Destroy (Video)
The South Eastern volunteered vigilante group reportedly has destroyed suspected terrorists’ base located in an undisclosed forest early Wednesday, 30 December 2020.
The celebrated development was disclosed Thursday by Nnamdi Kanu on his social tools, noting that the hoodlums were warned ahead of time “do NOT dwell in our farmlands and forests”.
He urged intending settlers to consider locating urban cities as average law-abiding citizens would do.
Kanu warned that Igbo ancestral forests will not be surrendered to ‘foreign terrorists’ from Sene Gambia.
The director of Radio Biafra restated commitment to secure the region against invaders, threatened to chase away the Ebonyi State governor, David Umahi if further rape, attack, or abduction is recorded under his watch.
“Only a complete fool will doubt our resolve. Any day any of our mothers or daughters are attacked, abducted or raped again in Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi will be chased out of Abakaliki”
The safety outfit, Eastern Security Network was launched weeks in the past by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to close security gaps like their counterparts in Western Nigeria – Amotekun.
The volunteers, seen with sophisticated arms in viral footage, will majorly concentrate on securing farmlands, forests, and rural communities.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian military reportedly had taken measures to locate ESN operatives despite insecurity challenges recorded across the country.
In a sighted clip, troops of the Nigerian army allegedly comb bushes with vans and military jets in search of the group’s recruitment camp.