Connect with us


Ohanaeze distance self from IPOB’s Eastern Security Network




Ohanaeze Ndigbo, an apex socio-political group in the southeast, has distanced itself from the controversial launching of Eastern Security Network (ESN) by the proscribed dissent group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The position of the group was made known by the youth wing of the Ohanaeze in a statement by its media and publicity secretary, Osmond Nkeoma.

Nkeoma, who said Ohanaeze was “undermined” and was never consulted before the launch of the group, maintained that the action of the group negated the collective interest of the southeast group, Daily Sun reports.

The youth wing of Ohanaeze tackles IPOB over the launching of the vigilante group in the southeast region.

“Ohanaeze will not recognise the outfit because they were never consulted by IPOB before floating the ESN.

 Business Directory

“We can’t support what we do not know the motive. They said it is a security outfit, but how do we know this is true; they undermined us and went ahead to float their security outfit, we can never be part of it,” said Nkeoma.

Meanwhile, IPOB, while launching the security outfit, said it would carry out its operation just like Amotekun, the security network in the southwest.

Nice for checking on me. I'm Felix Idoh, from Rivers State. A proud graduate of Mass Comm from Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Anambra State. Kindly contact me if you have stories for me.

Continue Reading
Advertisement  Business Directory
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

New Report


Open chat
Need Help?
Onitsha GRA
Can We Help You?