IPOB lists names of killers in Orlu and the South East

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The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has released the identities of members of the Ebubeagu security squad who are accused of terrorizing and murdering innocent people in Imo State and the South-East.

Chibuike Igwe, Paul Udenwa from Amaifeke Orlu, Okwudili Dim (aka) One Nigeria, the man called Sky from Umutanze Orlu, and the one called 2men from Umuna in Orlu are among the Ebubeagu leaders accused of being behind the killings in Orlu senatorial zone of Imo State, according to the organization.


Emma Powerful, the IPOB's Media and Publicity Secretary, issued a statement on Tuesday urging members of the public with information on the whereabouts of the named individuals to contact IPOB and ESN members for swift action.

Powerful went on to say that the phony ESN operatives terrorizing Orlu towns must be brought to jail, and that information from the public will help.

He said, “They are also part of the Killings, kidnappings and rapes going in that vicinity. These vampires are forcing the residents to buy them guns or give them money to continue with their barbaric activities.

“These are hoodlums recruited by the corrupt politicians and security agencies to demonise IPOB, and now they are out of their control. They carry out this evil act right from midnight to 3am daily.”

He listed other terrorising the region to include Cyril Amasiatu (aka) wasara, Iron Agbaradu from-Amagu, Chinedu Agbaradu-Amagu commander, Cheta odinkenma – Amagu, Uchenna Nwachukwu, Chibyke Gezek Amagu, Chukwudi Odimegwu as the fake ESN members in Oru East and Njaba LGAs of Imo State.

A man named Uru, another one named "Sky", "No one," the one known as "Double lion," and the man known as "Commander" are among the impersonators of ESN members in Orsu Ihiteukwa, according to him.

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