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Nigeria Army Came With Body Bags To Carry Their Men That Fell In Orlu– Nnamdi Kanu Reveals



Recall ending of the last year 2021, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra IPOB and the executive director of a UK register- based radio station ” Radio Biafra” launched and inaugurated a security outfit for the South East and South- South region of Nigeria, which is the territory of Biafra. The Eastern Security Network ESN by name was launched on the 12 of December.

The main objective of launching the security outfit ” Eastern Security Network ESN” was to protect the territory if Biafraland from Fulani herdsmen in the forest, Farmland, bushes and other criminal elements in the land of the rising sun ” Biafra”

The leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi KANU has disclosed that the Nigerian Soldiers entered Orlu with body bags to carry their men that fell during a gun battle with the Eastern Security Network (ESN), EcoCity Reporters learnt

Kanu made this known during an interactive live broadcast on Radio Biafra, Friday (19/2/2021).

“This morning they came with their body bags to carry their men that fell in Orlu, ” He asserted.

The indigenous people of Biafra IPOB had claimed the second civil war have been brought to the Southeast region just after the Nigeria NAF helicopter seethed Orlu, Imo state with Airstrikes in search of Eastern Security Network ESN.

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The Indigenous People Of Biafra IPOB in a Press Statement published by its Media Secretary, Emma Powerful, vowed that the land will be defended at all cost. Now it is believed that the Nigeria military together with the joint effort of the Nigeria Air Force NAF has finally brought the war to the people of Biafra.

Not long, the governor of Imo state has admitted that he invited the Nigeria military force to clear the state from criminal elements in the forest and bushes of the state, Hence, governor Hope Uzodima is responsible for everything happening in Orlu.