IPOB Denies Alleged Involvement in Kidnapping

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By Sabiu Abdullahi

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has vehemently denied accusations that Eastern Security Network (ESN) operatives kidnapped Taraba indigenes and demanded a ransom of N20 million.

In a statement, IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Comrade Emma Powerful, clarified that “ESN operatives do not kidnap nor demand ransom. Our mandate is to dislodge terrorists from Biafra territory, and we will not be deterred by blackmail.”

IPOB questioned the activities of the alleged “fishermen” intercepted by ESN operatives, who were found carrying charms and weapons in the night.

“What were they doing in the bushes at night? Which river or ocean were they fishing in?” Powerful stated that ESN is a disciplined vigilante group focused on protecting Biafra land and its people.

The group challenged the Taraba indigenes to provide evidence of their claims and accused them of sponsoring terrorism in Biafra land.

“Biafrans and the world will be happy to identify those sponsoring terrorists to destabilise Biafra Land,” IPOB reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring the peace and security of Biafra land and its people.

It added that, “We are watching over Biafra land, and no amount of blackmail will stop us from ensuring the peace and security of our lives and properties.”

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