Nnamdi Kanu asks 101 soldiers who fled from Boko Haram to join Eastern Security Network
Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra and founder of the Eastern Security Network has asked the 101 soldiers accused by the Nigerian Army of fleeing the Boko Haram attacks in New Marte and Dikwa towns in Borno State to join the ESN.
WITHIN NIGERIA had earlier reported that the Nigerian Army has declared a total of 12 officers and 89 soldiers wanted for deserting the war front in Borno State.
Reacting to the strange development, Kanu in a live broadcast on Wednesday, March 3, said the doors of the ESN are open to the soldiers.
“Sometimes I wonder, how can you come from the East, West and Middle Belt, and you are in the army? And they used you to go and fight the bandits so that you can be killed.
Today, soldiers are leaving and they have ordered for their arrest for leaving the army. And I am telling all these soldiers to go and join the Eastern Security Network. Today, we have all these unknown gunmen; they have been avenging for us and if you come and kill us, they will avenge for us.”he said.
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