The current insecurity being reported in parts of the South Eastern Nigeria since the Illegally floated Eastern Security Network (ESN) began operation some months ago is beginning to trouble some Nigerians, including some Igbo men.
Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo
While some people from the region are still hailing and praising the security body floated by Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, some Ibo men are no longer comfortable with the happenings in their region. To some of these people, terrorism is gradually springing up in the region.
The recent report of the attack on the campaign train of the former governor of Central Bank, Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo is the latest security challenge in the region. The attacks which claimed the lives of some policemen, protecting the former CBN governor is not been celebrated by Ugo Egbujo, and many other persons region.
According to Ugo Egbujo who angrily reacted to the attack on the Anambara governorship aspirant (Prof. Soludo) some hours ago, the attack may not be unconnected with Nnamdi Kanu and his groups.
He reminded his friends on Facebook of how Nnamdi Kanu recently threatened to deal with Obi of Onitsha, His Royal Highness, Igwe Achebe through his Twitter handle.
Ugo who speaks on the general security challenges in the region, alleged that, if nothing is done to check-mate the ongoing display by criminals in the region, terrorism may spring up in the place faster than anyone could imagine.
He referred to Nnamdi Kanu's tactics as deceitful, noting that, it is all about coming in the name of freedom fighters in order to kill, destroy, and denied the people of their important desire.
The Ibo man believed that, although they are trying to push the region into anarchy and confusion, the Igbo nation will certainly prevail over every calculated evil against the peaceful people of the region. See the Facebook post below:
I have said it before, no alternative to peace and peaceful coexistence among Nigerians. We cannot claim to be chasing criminals away from our homes, and also got ourselves involved in crimes all of all sorts in the process, and expect peace to return to us.
If the activities of the ESN is not immediately bring under control, the region may soon start experiencing terrorists acts as rightly punctuated by Ugo Egbujo.
A word should be enough for the good people of the South-East