Nnamdi Kanu rages as south-east govs reject Eastern Security Network

Nnamdi Kanu IPOB

Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has warned south-east governors to steer clear from the group’s Eastern Security Network following the governors’ rejection of the security outfit.

Mr Kanu had launched the Eastern Security Network on December 12 to tackle “terrorists” threats to the south-east people.

In a statement on Sunday, the IPOB leader said the rejection of the security outfit by the governors was a cowardly move, adding that it would not reversed.

“We condemn in very strong terms the recent shameful statement credited to Governor Dave Umahi on behalf of his fellow lily-livered and coward governors of the South-East against the newly established Eastern Security Network,” the group said.

“Such a cowardly statement is nothing but a shameful display of their irredeemable enslavement and loyalty to their caliphate slave masters, who in the first place appointed them governors.

“…But our message to the treacherous South-East governors and their South-South counterparts is that the train has since left the station and can’t reverse its cause.

“It’s pretty too late to have a rethink. The people have got what they long desired, which the cowardly governors failed to give them because of selfish political interests.”

Kanu restated that the security outfit was not a Biafra army “but a vigilante group established to protect Biafrans against terrorists.”