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Man arrested in Aba too old to be recruited into ESN, let alone Ikonso’s deputy — IPOB


The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), drove by Nnamdi Kanu, has responded to the news by the Nigerian Army asserting that the second-in-order to killed Commander Ikonso, has been captured, depicting it as “an unmitigated untruth and a modest promulgation to lay bogus cases to nonexistent military ability..” The assertion endorsed by IPOB’s exposure secretary, Emma Powerful, and made accessible to Vanguard, pronounced that the said man was not a usable of ESN, adding that “Such a man is too old to even consider being enrolled into ESN not to mention being Ikonso’s Second-in-Command.”

Emma Powerful said: “That you trapped Ikonso with the assistance of certain swindlers didn’t mean you have squashed ESN. Quit guaranteeing what you have not done in your offered to win public honors. On the off chance that you capture or kill Ikonso’s Second-in-Command, we won’t spare a moment to let it be known only a similar way we didn’t prevent the homicide from getting Ikonso. We dislike Nigeria that lives in promulgation; we come clean consistently. Thus, quit bugging honest Biafrans for the sake of a manhunt for ESN faculty.

“The Nigeria security specialists should quit making a joke of themselves. The capture of blameless Biafrans and marking them ESN agents can’t cause you to overwhelm our courageous ESN agents. “Our personal investigation uncovered that the said man had issues with his conventional ruler who gave his contact to the security specialists asserting that he has a place with ESN. He isn’t our own.” He noted further that “We are guaranteeing them that whatever they do, they can’t win ESN in this battle for opportunity. The mysterious murdering and kidnapping can never make IPOB change our purpose towards reestablishing Biafra as an autonomous country.”


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