IPOB Leader, Nnamdi Kanu Reacted To The Attack Of A Medical Doctor At Ogoja

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Mazi Nnamdi Kanu reacted to the attack of a medical doctor at Ogoja area of Cross River State. HGS Media Plus reports.

HGS Media Plus earlier reported that one Dr. Njoku, a Medical officer at TBL hospital was attack by suspected Fulani Herdsmen on Sunday night, 13 December.

Nnamdi who reacted via his twitter handle on Monday had earlier set up a security unit, Eastern Security Network, (ESN) to protect the Old Eastern region from terrorist group.

According to him, the security unit is met to cover all the boundaries starting from Igodomigo to Iron, Bakkasi to Igala and Izon to Ogoja.

ALSO READ: Suspected Fulani Herdsmen Shoots Medical Doctor At Ogoja (Graphic)

While reacting to the incident, he quoted the doctor and wrote:

“I was shot by some Fulani herdsmen who wanted to kidnap me at Ogoja. I ran to a nearby school but the gate was locked. I crawled through a gutter into the compound and made calls.

“Dr Njoku (Chief Medical Officer at TBL Moniaya Ogoja CRS)

“Do you see why we launched the ESN?”

“Two days ago we launched the EASTERN SECURITY NETWORK (ESN) to tackle the menace of Fulani terrorism, banditry, kidnapping, extra-judicial executions & state sponsored lawlessness. Nigeria is officially a failed state, only regional security outfits like ESN can save the people”

Humphrey D Godson

Humphrey D. Godson is a content writer, web designer, blogger and CEO at HGS Media Plus. Contact: 08134990921, [email protected]

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