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BREAKING: IPOB’s ESN murdered, beheaded policemen – Nigerian govt alleges, names victims

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There Will Be No Sit-At-Dwelling

The Federal Authorities of Nigeria (FGN) has accused the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra (IPOB) of executing two policemen in chilly blood.

A press release on Monday by Data Minister, Lai Mohammed declared that IPOB militant wing, Japanese Safety Community (ESN) carried out the homicide.

In a video seen by DAILY POST, plenty of younger males, speaking in Igbo language, surrounded two decapitated heads.

They joked, mocked the deceased and repeatedly talked about that one seemed like “Fulani” from the look of his nostril.

Mohammed vowed that the culprits behind the “killings, who videotaped their heinous act and circulated such will probably be apprehended and dropped at justice”.

He described the kidnapping of three policemen and the killing of two of them, “in essentially the most horrific, barbaric and cannibalistic method, as an unacceptable assault towards the state”.

The minister listed the victims as ASP Francis Idoko (AP No. 154945); Inspector Emmanuel Akubo (AP No. 222336) and Inspector Rufai Adamu (AP. No. 285009).

“They have been kidnapped by members of the Japanese Safety Community (ESN), appearing on the directions of their chief, Chinonso Okafor, aka TEMPLE, on 27 November 2021.

”Inspectors Akubo and Adamu have been killed, their decapitated our bodies videotaped and circulated broadly. The chief of the ESN crew that killed the 2 officers is one ‘GENTLE’.

“Okafor, essentially the most influential commander of ESN accountable for Imo and the Anambra States, in addition to ‘Mild’ and all those that perpetrated the abhorrent act, will probably be made to face swift and positive justice,” he mentioned.

Mohammed careworn that the focusing on and killing of safety brokers, below any guise, is a direct assault on Nigeria and won’t be
tolerated

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