Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, have warned Southeast youths against joining the newly established security outfit for the region, known as Ebubeagu, to spy on its own Eastern Security Network, ESN.
The warning was issued by IPOB’s spokesman, Emma Powerful, on Tuesday.
In the statement, IPOB condemned the formation of another security network by the Southeastern Governors, claiming that the establishment of Ebubeagu was contrary with the already existing ESN.
The statement says, in part, that “Biafrans will not be duped by this dubious EBUBEAGU security outfit.” South-East governors reportedly set up the outfit to fulfill all justice or to spy on ESN in order to curry favor with their Fulani slave masters.
“We, therefore, warn our youths to have nothing to do with the so-called Ebubeagu security outfit which was ostensibly formed to sabotage IPOB and ESN. Anyone who neglects this warning and thinks he can hide under the cloak of EBUBEAGU to spy on ESN should be prepared to join his ancestors.
“The security of all Biafrans is our top priority, and we are willing to go to any length to accomplish it.” We are aware of Fulani terrorists’ attempts to decimate Nigeria’s indigenous tribes. We are all mindful of the federal government’s unspoken support for this heinous agenda. However, IPOB and ESN assure them that “no inch of our land will be granted to Fulani terrorists herdsmen in the East,” according to the statement.