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IPOB: We promise you hell, ESN not cultists – Nnamdi Kanu dares Abba Kyari




Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the Indigenous Folks of Biafra, IPOB, has vowed that the group would resist males of the Nigeria Police Drive, NPF, within the Southeast.


Kanu made the comment whereas accusing the Inspector Normal of Police Intelligence Response Group led by DCP Abba Kyari of killing cultists and tagging them Japanese Safety Community, ESN, operatives.

The IPOB chief maintained that ESN operatives weren’t cultists and would by no means be killed.

Kanu, who spoke via the Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Emma Highly effective, mentioned the group wouldn’t tolerate the victimization of Igbo youths by safety brokers.

Kanu accused Abba Kyari and his males of invading and burning down some communities in Imo State.

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In a press release by Highly effective, Kanu mentioned: “It’s unlucky that DCP Abba Kyari and co are killing cult members and forcing them to reply ESN, the person they’re parading as ESN isn’t our member and might by no means be.

“Two months in the past the 2 teams of cultists fought and killed one another and burnt two members to ashes however sadly considered one of them was caught at Owerri by Abba Kyari and his group they usually tagged him ESN and unknown gunman.

“Nigerian safety businesses led by DCP Abba Kyari have invaded three communities in Mbaitoli LGA in Imo State and burnt their properties price hundreds of thousands of naira {dollars}.”

The IPOB chief insisted that ESN are stationed in Southeast forests of their combat towards “terrorists and killer herdsmen.”

He added: “These atrocities have been occurring for too lengthy however we received’t tolerate it anymore.

“We promise them hell for this cowardly act of victimizing harmless Igbo youths.”

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