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Detained suspect too old to be an ESN member

Detained suspect too old to be an ESN member
Detained suspect too old to be an ESN member

Detained suspect too old to be an ESN member

Tori4africa reports that the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Thursday said the man apprehended in Abia state is not an operative of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) as alleged by the Nigerian Army.

It characterized the claims as laughable, saying the man is too old to be recruited into the ESN and not the Second in Command to Ikonso.

According to the statement issued by the Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, the group said the detention of innocent Biafrans and tagging them ESN operatives could not make the army overpower its courageous ESN operatives.

Detained suspect too old to be an ESN member

It illustrated that investigations revealed that the suspect had issues with his traditional ruler who gave his contact to the security agents alleging that he belonged to ESN.

The statement partly reads

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), ably led by our great leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, read with utter amusement, media reports of claims by the Nigeria Army that it arrested Ikonso’s Second in Command in Aba.

The said man is not an operative of ESN. Such a man is too old to be recruited into ESN let alone being Ikonso’s Second in Command.

Our background check revealed that the said man had issues with his traditional ruler who gave his contact to the security agents alleging that he belongs to ESN. He is not our own.

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