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Nigerian Army To Clamp Down On Mazi Kanu's Eastern Security Network


Drones, Hidden Cameras Reveal The Nigerian Army has deployed Aircraft, Gun Trucks To Track down Eastern Security Network (ESN).

According to a report by Sahara Reporters, the Nigerian Army is currently searching forests in South-East to uncover the location of the recently launched Eastern Security Network (ESN). 

Hidden cameras and drones which is believed to have been installed by the ESN shows helicopters, Soldiers and Trucks belonging to the Nigerian Army which has been on the hunting exercise for days. The army is reported to be carrying out 'orders from above'. 

In a broadcast by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the Indegenous People of Biafra (IPOB) launched the ESN on December 12. According to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the regional security outfit is put in place to help check crime and tackle Insecurity just like Amotekun.

An official speaking said, 

"The Nigerian Army that is supposed to fight Boko Haram were seen everywhere searching for the camp of Eastern Security Network team. But they forgot they are dealing with sophisticated men. There are cameras and drones everywhere watching them," 

"If the Nigerian Armed Forces attack the ESN, the people of Southern Kaduna, the Middle Belt, and the South-West must use that opportunity to flush out the Fulanis in their region. The Nigerian Army will disintegrate, and all will be free," another aggrieved official added.

Two days after Kanu launched the ESN, the Yoruba's socio-cultural group, Afenifere, lent its support, noting that Nigeria must embrace regional policing as the only remedy to insecurity. 

SaharaReporters also revealed that in an interview with the National Publicity Secretary, Afenifere Yinka Odumakin, he  had stated this, adding that the distorted federal police could no longer secure the country; hence the establishment of regional security outfits to protect lives and property.

He said,

" It is seen that the central policing in Nigeria has collapsed, and the regional policing is not a new thing in this country. And, I tell you, we are back to the era of regional policing. 

"The security challenges have gone beyond what the Nigeria police can handle, and since we have had regional policing before, we are back into the era again." 

When asked if this is commendable and needed, he said, "Kanu is doing what is good for his region." 

The Director, Army Public Relations, Brig-Gen Sagir Musa, could not be reached for comments on the deployment of the aircraft.

Source : SaharaReporters 

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