Nnamdi Kanu orders ESN, IPOB to ensure Southeast is safe, peaceful during the yuletide
The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has ordered the Eastern Security Network (ESN) to ensure that the Southeast is safe.
Kanu, in a statement signed by IPOB spokesman, Emma Powerful to celebrate the Christmas season said enemies were using the names of IPOB and ESN to foment trouble in the Southeast.
He, therefore, urged ESN to stop all forms of violence across the Southeast because the organization’s enemies were recruiting criminals to destroy Igboland.
The statement said, “It is imperative to deliver the message from our great leader Nnamdi Kanu to all Biafrans, both home and abroad, including the big and small politicians and businesspersons in Biafraland to stop all forms of violence and tension against our people as our enemies are relentlessly exploiting our people and recruiting criminals to destroy in particular Igboland and blame it on IPOB.”
“This message is coming from our great prophet and indefatigable liberator, Nnamdi Kanu, who has been illegally detained in DSS custody by the Nigerian government since over one year ago. He conveyed the message through his lawyers during their visit to him at Abuja DSS custody”.
“Our Leader issued a stern warning to those who are contracted and bought by the criminal believing that he is IPOB member and Nnamdi Kanu’s disciple to ferment trouble in the Eastern region to desist from being agents of destabilisation because they cannot succeed. He said anybody causing problems in the region must be dealt with no matter how high the person’s level may be, anytime, any day.”
“Kanu said that nobody should disturb or threaten our people this festive season. Our enemies’ plans are to destabilise Igboland using IPOB and ESN’s names as enemies of the Biafra struggle, but they have failed woefully and can’t resurrect again because we have defeated them completely.”
“He urged IPOB leadership to ensure that our land is peaceful, and ESN Operatives should focus on making our land peaceful and crime-free this festive season. Nnamdi Kanu ordered that anybody seen or caught kidnapping, snatching people’s cars, or terrorising our people in any way should be dealt with.”