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How I Became Spy Commander For Eastern Security Network, Coordinated Attacks On Police Stations —17-year-old Boy Says




A 17-year-old boy, Elom Daniel from the Ohaukwu Native Authorities Space of Ebonyi State has narrated how he grew to become a spy for the Jap Safety Community (ESN), the militia arm of the Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB), and coordinated assaults on police stations.


The suspect, who was accused of arson and homicide, was paraded alongside over 50 others on Tuesday on the Command’s Headquarters, Abakaliki.

Daniel, nevertheless, stated he had by no means dealt with any rifle, however solely gave data on locations for assaults and the way greatest to hold out such assaults.

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Elom stated his gang members determined to assault police formations after they observed the drive was maltreating South-East youths for no simply trigger however leaving herdsmen, who have been killing residents of the area.

He famous that he gave data that led to the killing of police personnel and assaults on amenities belonging to the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC) and different nationwide belongings in Ebonyi State.

“I at all times give data. I did it at Ishieke police checkpoint, the one at Amasiri Junction, the one at Onueke, and the certainly one of CPS, in Abakaliki. I monitor locations marked for assault earlier than the assault.

“I usually go to folks within the police stations to assemble data there. After that, I’ll draw the map for assault on the police station and provides it to the Jap Safety Community.

“It was my cousin that requested me to hitch Jap Safety Community, that when the liberty comes, my fiftieth era might be having fun with it.

“It was my native authorities commander, Francis Nkwede, that made me ESN spy commander. He’s from Izzi Native Authorities Space of Ebonyi State, whereas I’m from Ohaukwu LGA. I’m 17 years outdated.”

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