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Heavy Military Presence In Onitsha, Army Mounts Roadblocks In Search Of ESN / Military Conducts Air Strikes In Orlu In Search Of ESN / Soldiers And Members Of ESN Clash In Orlu, Imo State - FFK Reacts (2) (3) (4)

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Arespect10: 8:34am On Apr 25, 2021
Coldshisha:
Your level of Intelligence and knowledge on defence and war logic is a little way above the reasoning of Kanu and his under educated followers

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Nobody: 8:36am On Apr 25, 2021
All in all, the government has to adress a lot of the greiviances that are fuelling this secessionist agenda. It is sad that some 50 years after the war eded, the SE does not feel fully integrated in the Nigerian society

At the same time, Nigerians have to also get rid of two ideas

1.There is a hero that can save us, we need to vote for him

Poor governance in the SE is as a result of Igbos voting and then going home to relax, or Igbos not turning up for eelction day (see the last Abia senatorial election). Democracy can only work for you if you participate in it. Even a goal like secession...the Scottish referendum was gotten by Scottish nationalists working with the opressive british democratic system...and they got a referendum in 2014, and they may get another one soon.

Meanwhile the Northern Irish who refused to take their seats in Westminister...their region is still run from London. No chance of rejoining Ireland at the rate they are going.

You can be your own hero

2.Violence does not solve anyhting.

ipob SHOULD stop agitating for violence. The more violent they get, the more Ibos suffer for nothing. Again, Biafra can only be gotten by the ballot box and by working with other people. When Buhari was doing lone ranger, he kept on losing elections. When he woke up and started co-operating with others...including Tinubu that he does not like to this day..that is when he won.

At the end of the day, ESN is going to backfire on its supporters...the way Boko backfired on the people of the NE, many of whom supported them , now they regret it deeply.

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Nobody: 8:37am On Apr 25, 2021
One Nigeria is not working, then let them go. It is stuppiid for anyone to call these people terrorists because they want freedom while others are regarded as bandits.

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Valkrie: 8:37am On Apr 25, 2021
Coldshisha:


All phone numbers from all the suspect would be pulled out, with court order they would pull all call records from the telecommunications service providers

Many of their ranks and files are already in deep shit, because they might trace them with their cellular network

Exactly same way they pulled out communication details and numbers from captured or killed boko people and trace shekau to his enclave and dealt with him...!! grin
Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Valkrie: 8:38am On Apr 25, 2021
Abubauchi:
IGBO is our problem in this country useless set of animals.

Then why don't you let them go so you won't have any more troubles again..? Nonesense...!!

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Nobody: 8:39am On Apr 25, 2021
Abubauchi:
IGBO is our problem in this country useless set of animals.

Igbo is not the problem of Nigeria, nor is any other tribe or person

Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria

You, go and run for office, and vote in good leaders in the North who would take care of the poverty in the North, because decades of them ignoring Northern poverty, led to Boko whose attacks on Fulani herdsmen for money and food led to Fulani herdsmen going down South in larger numbers , which provoked conflcit, which led to groups like ESN and company

Leave your bigotry behind.

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by AbaLion: 8:39am On Apr 25, 2021
jaxxy:


Who are the UGM? The state governor said they where from politicians and not even people from the south east alone.

How did this now become ESN/IPOB issue??

Where is the evidence that IPOB are the UGM attacking state facilities. How do we know IPOB are not being framed by external forces?? undecided
Someone declared a death sentence on Southeast Governors. Someone declared that police are no longer allowed on roads in Southeast region. Someone also declared that no prisoner is allowed to be in prison. Use your head and connect the dots.

-Lion

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Nobody: 8:39am On Apr 25, 2021
Simple. Govt should let them go.
Abubauchi:
IGBO is our problem in this country useless set of animals.
Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by sweetshisha: 8:39am On Apr 25, 2021
Valkrie:


Exactly same way they pulled out communication details and numbers from captured or killed boko people and trace shekau to his enclave and dealt with him...!! grin

Why do you think Boko Haram burn down mast wherever they attack?

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by meccuno: 8:39am On Apr 25, 2021
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AbaLion:
The killing of ESN Commander in the heart of the operational base of ESN in Imo has not only exposed the tactical weakness of ESN Operatives but also the tactical daftness of Nnamdi Kanu as a leader.

The theatre of ESN which is supposed to be impenetrable given how sensitive as the operational and tactical base of the zone, was torn down by Nigeria security forces and the Commander, Ikonso shot down to his boxer with his charmed vest hanging helplessly around his neck.
If your most fortified camp could be broken down fairly easily, then you are Finished!

The Nigerian security are henceforth in possession of some sensitive and substantial details of ESN. Raids including gadgets and sensitive materials linkng ESN networking and other top commanders & staffs and operational information would have been obtained. There's no way a top commander, much less a deputy to Kanu wouldn't have some top secret details in his possession. Everything is now pretty much in the hands of Nigeria Army.

The reason why Nigeria security forces have been having tougher times defeating Bokoharam, Bandits & fulani herdmen is because their operational camps have never been penetrated by the security agencies. What we do witness are occassional random arrests of terrorists & bandits with little or nothing to show.

Going into a terrorist camp is a fight to finish as the case of Idris Deby paying the ultimate price. ESN do not have what it takes to defend its most fortified territory. Although, they could throw back some few punches but would later buck even before the fight began.

A closer look at the arms and ammunition recovered from Ikonso's camp shows the unpreparedness and scantily stocked the so called ESN, other than an empty barrel. With those little stock of arms, they hardly could go a 6 hour shooting spree with the the security agencies. Compare with the fully armed bandits hobnobbing with Gumi, whose ammunition were displayed with intent. Notwithstanding, the full gallery of their arms & ammunition. They have easy access from Libya, Chad, Mali, Niger through the border.

What access do ESN has? the access to attack random road blocks police officers, get them killed and disposses them of their weapons, at most an organized attacks on police stations where large cache of arms were stolen for more attacks. They are landlocked, they are holed up without the privilege of access like the North, the West or their close neighbors, SS. Little wonder, Nnamdi Kanu was so particular about dismantling all road blocks in the South East so that as much arms would come in so easily and unfettered.

With the Nigerian Army in possession of what would further nail IPOB/ESN in the international community, I expect that British Government and her EU allies will revoke the asylum consideration and may likely align with the Federal Government's proscription of IPOB in the wake of overwhelming criminal evidences linking IPOB activities to terrorism less than 24hours to an attack on a Governor's house. While his house was set ablaze, cars burnt, more unfortunately, two of his security aides were killed.

The perpetrators could not be far fetched from the statement by another South East Governor, Ikpeazu, who stated that Nnamdi Kanu had declared death sentence on All the Governors in the South East.

Nnamdi Kanu has been having a handshake across the Ambazonia region of Southern Cameroon from whence he has been getting handouts on how to carry out series of organized violent attacks on Government institutions. Being a man with much words and very little wisdom, he has no political support which creates a wide gulf from his Ambazonia counterpart, who has the support of the socio-political class.
Nnamdi Kanu would be rat out from his hole because of his vile vituperations, wild imaginations, and tactless misgivings.

If his foot soldiers could penetrate a Governors house, I think Kanu could have made the most of it by deploying intellectual sagacity rather than being a blood thirsty & destructive beast. The absence and otherwise lack of a think-tank among Ipob's hierarchy complements Kanu and his goons as a money hungry cult.

Following this ugly development, it's high time Ohaneze Ndigbo and Elders crawled out with their red caps and walking sticks to make a loud plea to tie down their recalcitrant ipob kids to a chain and passionately disown Kanu with their full chest, otherwise the righteous dwellers might suffer from the impending consequences.

-Lion
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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Vivien458(f): 8:40am On Apr 25, 2021
AbaLion:
The killing of ESN Commander in the heart of the operational base of ESN in Imo has not only exposed the tactical weakness of ESN Operatives but also the tactical daftness of Nnamdi Kanu as a leader.l.

-Lion
why would esn be wearing Nigerian army uniform.. lol. This is not even esn, these guys are armed robbers.. esn wear Nigerian army cloth? What happens to their own? Common sense

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Iykoto86(m): 8:40am On Apr 25, 2021
goatgoat093:
One dirty Molete boy with unwashed boxers with the rare privilege of owning a phone and small data will just crawl out of his decrepit crevice of environmental poverty to chat sh*t grin. In all these your epistural garbage and forced attempts at sounding cognitive and smart, did it ever cross those hollow-brained humpty dumpty skulls of yours whether ESN has a broad chain of command that is more sophisticated and largely covert from public eye? I'm sure the ESN organization wouldn't be so naive to focus all their leadership and conmand structure in just one location in Imo state where the military can easily gain access to through tip offs and other means of intelligence gathering. I suffice it safe and reasonable to say ESN is a loosely organized quasi-military organization with several "unknown" locations that could range from surrounding forest landmarks, hidden operational bases in remote villages, inner cities etc...ESN isn't like ISWAP or other sophisticated cells that have a more centralized operational base or location where all the fighters take orders from, neither does ESN have a structure or hierarchy of leadership or ranks in place. So basically now that Commander Ikonso has been killed and his base neutralized, another "commander" will easily take his place and operate from a more nondescript location this time from which he and his men can attack military/police facilities to wreck more havoc, seize weapons and then melt into thin air like we've seen unfold from the Unknown gunmen attacks.

It's borderline daftness, sheer ignorance and too much consumption of gbegiri, kpomo and algae soup to just conclude this is the end of ESN off one fluke scorecard of "victory" in some remote community in Imo State for the Nigerian security personnels when the actual fighting strength, organizational structure, and logistics of ESN remains relatively unknown. ESN for all we know could have reserve fighters in the Amazonian region and parts of the Niger Delta, with sleeper cells in the Middle belt...

Yeribanza man focus on the filth in your region and worry less about how the East will fare, as long as ESN keep decimating and ridding off the last Fulani vestiges in the East, then they will continue to enjoy the support and good will of the Igbos (covertly or overtly).
you dey mind the katsina lion.
Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by ngadaAwo: 8:40am On Apr 25, 2021
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AbaLion:
The killing of ESN Commander in the heart of the operational base of ESN in Imo has not only exposed the tactical weakness of ESN Operatives but also the tactical daftness of Nnamdi Kanu as a leader.

The theatre of ESN which is supposed to be impenetrable given how sensitive as the operational and tactical base of the zone, was torn down by Nigeria security forces and the Commander, Ikonso shot down to his boxer with his charmed vest hanging helplessly around his neck.
If your most fortified camp could be broken down fairly easily, then you are Finished!

The Nigerian security are henceforth in possession of some sensitive and substantial details of ESN. Raids including gadgets and sensitive materials linkng ESN networking and other top commanders & staffs and operational information would have been obtained. There's no way a top commander, much less a deputy to Kanu wouldn't have some top secret details in his possession. Everything is now pretty much in the hands of Nigeria Army.

The reason why Nigeria security forces have been having tougher times defeating Bokoharam, Bandits & fulani herdmen is because their operational camps have never been penetrated by the security agencies. What we do witness are occassional random arrests of terrorists & bandits with little or nothing to show.

Going into a terrorist camp is a fight to finish as the case of Idris Deby paying the ultimate price. ESN do not have what it takes to defend its most fortified territory. Although, they could throw back some few punches but would later buck even before the fight began.

A closer look at the arms and ammunition recovered from Ikonso's camp shows the unpreparedness and scantily stocked the so called ESN, other than an empty barrel. With those little stock of arms, they hardly could go a 6 hour shooting spree with the the security agencies. Compare with the fully armed bandits hobnobbing with Gumi, whose ammunition were displayed with intent. Notwithstanding, the full gallery of their arms & ammunition. They have easy access from Libya, Chad, Mali, Niger through the border.

What access do ESN has? the access to attack random road blocks police officers, get them killed and disposses them of their weapons, at most an organized attacks on police stations where large cache of arms were stolen for more attacks. They are landlocked, they are holed up without the privilege of access like the North, the West or their close neighbors, SS. Little wonder, Nnamdi Kanu was so particular about dismantling all road blocks in the South East so that as much arms would come in so easily and unfettered.

With the Nigerian Army in possession of what would further nail IPOB/ESN in the international community, I expect that British Government and her EU allies will revoke the asylum consideration and may likely align with the Federal Government's proscription of IPOB in the wake of overwhelming criminal evidences linking IPOB activities to terrorism less than 24hours to an attack on a Governor's house. While his house was set ablaze, cars burnt, more unfortunately, two of his security aides were killed.

The perpetrators could not be far fetched from the statement by another South East Governor, Ikpeazu, who stated that Nnamdi Kanu had declared death sentence on All the Governors in the South East.

Nnamdi Kanu has been having a handshake across the Ambazonia region of Southern Cameroon from whence he has been getting handouts on how to carry out series of organized violent attacks on Government institutions. Being a man with much words and very little wisdom, he has no political support which creates a wide gulf from his Ambazonia counterpart, who has the support of the socio-political class.
Nnamdi Kanu would be rat out from his hole because of his vile vituperations, wild imaginations, and tactless misgivings.

If his foot soldiers could penetrate a Governors house, I think Kanu could have made the most of it by deploying intellectual sagacity rather than being a blood thirsty & destructive beast. The absence and otherwise lack of a think-tank among Ipob's hierarchy complements Kanu and his goons as a money hungry cult.

Following this ugly development, it's high time Ohaneze Ndigbo and Elders crawled out with their red caps and walking sticks to make a loud plea to tie down their recalcitrant ipob kids to a chain and passionately disown Kanu with their full chest, otherwise the righteous dwellers might suffer from the impending consequences.

-Lion
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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Nobody: 8:41am On Apr 25, 2021
[quote [s]author=AbaLion post=101097059]The killing of ESN Commander in the heart of the operational base of ESN in Imo has not only exposed the tactical weakness of ESN Operatives but also the tactical daftness of Nnamdi Kanu as a leader.

The theatre of ESN which is supposed to be impenetrable given how sensitive as the operational and tactical base of the zone, was torn down by Nigeria security forces and the Commander, Ikonso shot down to his boxer with his charmed vest hanging helplessly around his neck.
If your most fortified camp could be broken down fairly easily, then you are Finished!

The Nigerian security are henceforth in possession of some sensitive and substantial details of ESN. Raids including gadgets and sensitive materials linkng ESN networking and other top commanders & staffs and operational information would have been obtained. There's no way a top commander, much less a deputy to Kanu wouldn't have some top secret details in his possession. Everything is now pretty much in the hands of Nigeria Army.

The reason why Nigeria security forces have been having tougher times defeating Bokoharam, Bandits & fulani herdmen is because their operational camps have never been penetrated by the security agencies. What we do witness are occassional random arrests of terrorists & bandits with little or nothing to show.

Going into a terrorist camp is a fight to finish as the case of Idris Deby paying the ultimate price. ESN do not have what it takes to defend its most fortified territory. Although, they could throw back some few punches but would later buck even before the fight began.

A closer look at the arms and ammunition recovered from Ikonso's camp shows the unpreparedness and scantily stocked the so called ESN, other than an empty barrel. With those little stock of arms, they hardly could go a 6 hour shooting spree with the the security agencies. Compare with the fully armed bandits hobnobbing with Gumi, whose ammunition were displayed with intent. Notwithstanding, the full gallery of their arms & ammunition. They have easy access from Libya, Chad, Mali, Niger through the border.

What access do ESN has? the access to attack random road blocks police officers, get them killed and disposses them of their weapons, at most an organized attacks on police stations where large cache of arms were stolen for more attacks. They are landlocked, they are holed up without the privilege of access like the North, the West or their close neighbors, SS. Little wonder, Nnamdi Kanu was so particular about dismantling all road blocks in the South East so that as much arms would come in so easily and unfettered.

With the Nigerian Army in possession of what would further nail IPOB/ESN in the international community, I expect that British Government and her EU allies will revoke the asylum consideration and may likely align with the Federal Government's proscription of IPOB in the wake of overwhelming criminal evidences linking IPOB activities to terrorism less than 24hours to an attack on a Governor's house. While his house was set ablaze, cars burnt, more unfortunately, two of his security aides were killed.

The perpetrators could not be far fetched from the statement by another South East Governor, Ikpeazu, who stated that Nnamdi Kanu had declared death sentence on All the Governors in the South East.

Nnamdi Kanu has been having a handshake across the Ambazonia region of Southern Cameroon from whence he has been getting handouts on how to carry out series of organized violent attacks on Government institutions. Being a man with much words and very little wisdom, he has no political support which creates a wide gulf from his Ambazonia counterpart, who has the support of the socio-political class.
Nnamdi Kanu would be rat out from his hole because of his vile vituperations, wild imaginations, and tactless misgivings.

If his foot soldiers could penetrate a Governors house, I think Kanu could have made the most of it by deploying intellectual sagacity rather than being a blood thirsty & destructive beast. The absence and otherwise lack of a think-tank among Ipob's hierarchy complements Kanu and his goons as a money hungry cult.

Following this ugly development, it's high time Ohaneze Ndigbo and Elders crawled out with their red caps and walking sticks to make a loud plea to tie down their recalcitrant ipob kids to a chain and passionately disown Kanu with their full chest, otherwise the righteous dwellers might suffer from the impending consequences.

-Lion[/s][/quote] Nonsense.
Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by SILVERLINES: 8:41am On Apr 25, 2021
AbaLion:


Lol..
With Nigeria security forces walking into ESN territory and gunned down Kanu's deputy, trust me, Nigeria security have had the upper hand and South East has become a marked territory of the Nigerian Army. Kanu/ESN was having the sole command of the South east but he has now lost it.

-Lion
you are a little bit foolish than what I thought you were

Every trash you posted trying to make a word there still remains a trash.

Anyways, today is Sunday and I will let you be for the sake of this holy day, but before I let you go I will advise you to get an English teacher for yourself at least this will help you a long way to earase grammatical errors, blunders and punctuation of simple compound English sentences.

Udo
Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Nobody: 8:42am On Apr 25, 2021
After the death of Mohammed Yusuf, everyone thought it was the end of boko haram until Shekau showed us that Yusuf was a baby terrorist. Soldier go soldier come, barrack remain. Coming days are pregnant right now.

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by AsapTeddy(m): 8:42am On Apr 25, 2021
but the useless zoo army still cant defeat bandits and shekau?

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by lekki1444: 8:42am On Apr 25, 2021
FatherOfJesus: what do you have to say about this development
Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Iykoto86(m): 8:44am On Apr 25, 2021
00FFT00:
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Just shut up already. I guess the killing of President Idriss D├ęby also exposed the tactical weakness and daftness of the Chadian Military that has hitherto effectively kept seasoned terrorists like the ones your puppet masters are fraternizing with in check.

There will always be casualties in any armed conflict. How many of our young men in the army and police get iced by fulani terrorists alias bandits and their Boko Haram colleagues on a daily basis?.

Does that also expose the tactical weakness and daftness of your Military?.

funny nigerians.
Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Ferdinandu(m): 8:46am On Apr 25, 2021
AbaLion:
The killing of ESN Commander in the heart of the operational base of ESN in Imo has not only exposed the tactical weakness of ESN Operatives but also the tactical daftness of Nnamdi Kanu as a leader.

The theatre of ESN which is supposed to be impenetrable given how sensitive as the operational and tactical base of the zone, was torn down by Nigeria security forces and the Commander, Ikonso shot down to his boxer with his charmed vest hanging helplessly around his neck.
If your most fortified camp could be broken down fairly easily, then you are Finished!

The Nigerian security are henceforth in possession of some sensitive and substantial details of ESN. Raids including gadgets and sensitive materials linkng ESN networking and other top commanders & staffs and operational information would have been obtained. There's no way a top commander, much less a deputy to Kanu wouldn't have some top secret details in his possession. Everything is now pretty much in the hands of Nigeria Army.

The reason why Nigeria security forces have been having tougher times defeating Bokoharam, Bandits & fulani herdmen is because their operational camps have never been penetrated by the security agencies. What we do witness are occassional random arrests of terrorists & bandits with little or nothing to show.

Going into a terrorist camp is a fight to finish as the case of Idris Deby paying the ultimate price. ESN do not have what it takes to defend its most fortified territory. Although, they could throw back some few punches but would later buck even before the fight began.

A closer look at the arms and ammunition recovered from Ikonso's camp shows the unpreparedness and scantily stocked the so called ESN, other than an empty barrel. With those little stock of arms, they hardly could go a 6 hour shooting spree with the the security agencies. Compare with the fully armed bandits hobnobbing with Gumi, whose ammunition were displayed with intent. Notwithstanding, the full gallery of their arms & ammunition. They have easy access from Libya, Chad, Mali, Niger through the border.

What access do ESN has? the access to attack random road blocks police officers, get them killed and disposses them of their weapons, at most an organized attacks on police stations where large cache of arms were stolen for more attacks. They are landlocked, they are holed up without the privilege of access like the North, the West or their close neighbors, SS. Little wonder, Nnamdi Kanu was so particular about dismantling all road blocks in the South East so that as much arms would come in so easily and unfettered.

With the Nigerian Army in possession of what would further nail IPOB/ESN in the international community, I expect that British Government and her EU allies will revoke the asylum consideration and may likely align with the Federal Government's proscription of IPOB in the wake of overwhelming criminal evidences linking IPOB activities to terrorism less than 24hours to an attack on a Governor's house. While his house was set ablaze, cars burnt, more unfortunately, two of his security aides were killed.

The perpetrators could not be far fetched from the statement by another South East Governor, Ikpeazu, who stated that Nnamdi Kanu had declared death sentence on All the Governors in the South East.

Nnamdi Kanu has been having a handshake across the Ambazonia region of Southern Cameroon from whence he has been getting handouts on how to carry out series of organized violent attacks on Government institutions. Being a man with much words and very little wisdom, he has no political support which creates a wide gulf from his Ambazonia counterpart, who has the support of the socio-political class.
Nnamdi Kanu would be rat out from his hole because of his vile vituperations, wild imaginations, and tactless misgivings.

If his foot soldiers could penetrate a Governors house, I think Kanu could have made the most of it by deploying intellectual sagacity rather than being a blood thirsty & destructive beast. The absence and otherwise lack of a think-tank among Ipob's hierarchy complements Kanu and his goons as a money hungry cult.

Following this ugly development, it's high time Ohaneze Ndigbo and Elders crawled out with their red caps and walking sticks to make a loud plea to tie down their recalcitrant ipob kids to a chain and passionately disown Kanu with their full chest, otherwise the righteous dwellers might suffer from the impending consequences.

-Lion
Your lack understanding of what it takes to be a determined brainwashed minds. Boko Haram started like this, just a group of riff raffs who does occasional raids on police and military formations then the killing of their Leader Yususf happened and then a monster was born. What you should be analysing is how resilient and ruthless the IPOBs and ESN is, not the weapons. Nigerian Military has more weapons and more manpower but Boko Haram has more guts.

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Nobody: 8:46am On Apr 25, 2021
AbaLion:

Have you forgotten Orlu so soon?... How about Obigbo?
Highest you can do is make noise and people running away from their homes.

-Lion
How many security agents have died in the East since the turn of the year ?
Meanwhile go through my posts on Ipob matter to see my stand on them.
It doesn't stop me knowing that if force is used to handle this issue, the East will burn gradually - can Nigeria survive another North East scenario ?
Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by shugabasbn: 8:46am On Apr 25, 2021
It is too early to write this long story, when our military killed Yusuf the founder of Boko Haram we tot this is the end. Look at where we are today. I wished and prayed the both parties ESN and FG will trend with care not to make another BH monster.

My advice to every peace loving in the country, please start the process of relocating or emigrating your family out of this country, the future is not bright at all

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by dederocs(m): 8:47am On Apr 25, 2021
Kanu did not think it through, Ojukwu was even more prepared. Kanu is an opportunist. I never heard him make sense, he has no vision...he is just sending deluded ibo youths under his cult to an early grave.

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Kreme(m): 8:47am On Apr 25, 2021
So they don kpuf IPIGS War General be that?? just like housefly? Upon all these Ogume, upon say him get Anti-400 for body, see as dem down am...... O ma se o

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Kingrefreshed: 8:47am On Apr 25, 2021
AbaLion:
The killing of ESN Commander in the heart of the operational base of ESN in Imo has not only exposed the tactical weakness of ESN Operatives but also the tactical daftness of Nnamdi Kanu as a leader.

The theatre of ESN which is supposed to be impenetrable given how sensitive as the operational and tactical base of the zone, was torn down by Nigeria security forces and the Commander, Ikonso shot down to his boxer with his charmed vest hanging helplessly around his neck.
If your most fortified camp could be broken down fairly easily, then you are Finished!

The Nigerian security are henceforth in possession of some sensitive and substantial details of ESN. Raids including gadgets and sensitive materials linkng ESN networking and other top commanders & staffs and operational information would have been obtained. There's no way a top commander, much less a deputy to Kanu wouldn't have some top secret details in his possession. Everything is now pretty much in the hands of Nigeria Army.

The reason why Nigeria security forces have been having tougher times defeating Bokoharam, Bandits & fulani herdmen is because their operational camps have never been penetrated by the security agencies. What we do witness are occassional random arrests of terrorists & bandits with little or nothing to show.

Going into a terrorist camp is a fight to finish as the case of Idris Deby paying the ultimate price. ESN do not have what it takes to defend its most fortified territory. Although, they could throw back some few punches but would later buck even before the fight began.

A closer look at the arms and ammunition recovered from Ikonso's camp shows the unpreparedness and scantily stocked the so called ESN, other than an empty barrel. With those little stock of arms, they hardly could go a 6 hour shooting spree with the the security agencies. Compare with the fully armed bandits hobnobbing with Gumi, whose ammunition were displayed with intent. Notwithstanding, the full gallery of their arms & ammunition. They have easy access from Libya, Chad, Mali, Niger through the border.

What access do ESN has? the access to attack random road blocks police officers, get them killed and disposses them of their weapons, at most an organized attacks on police stations where large cache of arms were stolen for more attacks. They are landlocked, they are holed up without the privilege of access like the North, the West or their close neighbors, SS. Little wonder, Nnamdi Kanu was so particular about dismantling all road blocks in the South East so that as much arms would come in so easily and unfettered.

With the Nigerian Army in possession of what would further nail IPOB/ESN in the international community, I expect that British Government and her EU allies will revoke the asylum consideration and may likely align with the Federal Government's proscription of IPOB in the wake of overwhelming criminal evidences linking IPOB activities to terrorism less than 24hours to an attack on a Governor's house. While his house was set ablaze, cars burnt, more unfortunately, two of his security aides were killed.

The perpetrators could not be far fetched from the statement by another South East Governor, Ikpeazu, who stated that Nnamdi Kanu had declared death sentence on All the Governors in the South East.

Nnamdi Kanu has been having a handshake across the Ambazonia region of Southern Cameroon from whence he has been getting handouts on how to carry out series of organized violent attacks on Government institutions. Being a man with much words and very little wisdom, he has no political support which creates a wide gulf from his Ambazonia counterpart, who has the support of the socio-political class.
Nnamdi Kanu would be rat out from his hole because of his vile vituperations, wild imaginations, and tactless misgivings.

If his foot soldiers could penetrate a Governors house, I think Kanu could have made the most of it by deploying intellectual sagacity rather than being a blood thirsty & destructive beast. The absence and otherwise lack of a think-tank among Ipob's hierarchy complements Kanu and his goons as a money hungry cult.

Following this ugly development, it's high time Ohaneze Ndigbo and Elders crawled out with their red caps and walking sticks to make a loud plea to tie down their recalcitrant ipob kids to a chain and passionately disown Kanu with their full chest, otherwise the righteous dwellers might suffer from the impending consequences.

-Lion

Una kill one person and there's jubilation all over the Terrorist Country.

Hahaha when the real war is about to start. Na just to go restrategize and let the war continue.

Fulani can take Yoruba Land, Take middle belt as they defeated the Hausa's.

But you see Igbo Land Nothing like that over here lia lie!!

Instead another civil war will Start.

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by dederocs(m): 8:47am On Apr 25, 2021
shugabasbn:
It is too early to write this long story, when our military killed Yusuf the founder of Boko Haram we tot this is the end. Look at where we are today. I wished and prayed the both parties ESN and FG will trend with care not to make another BH monster.

My advice to every peace loving in the country, please start the process of relocating or emigrating your family out of this country, the future is not bright at all
Na east go burn, everywhere there is problem...run, no one hold you. Coward.

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Re: Ikonso: Nnamdi Kanu And The End Of ESN by Mozegee: 8:48am On Apr 25, 2021
You are nothing but a clown writing Rubish bcoz of your hatred to other ethnic group.
AbaLion:

Have you forgotten Orlu so soon?... How about Obigbo?
Highest you can do is make noise and people running away from their homes.

-Lion

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