Nigerian Army Kills Woman Amidst Confrontation With Eastern Security Network

 Nigerian Army Kills Woman Amidst Confrontation With Eastern Security Network

Report reaching Olainfo now has it that, a team of Nigerian Soldiers have allegedly killed an unidentified woman amidst gun battle with the Eastern Security Network, ESN.

The creation of ESN by the controversial Biafra agitator, Nnamdi Kanu was triggered following the actualisation of the local community security network (Amotekun) created in South West Nigeria by the six governors of the region to put an end to the incessant killings of Innocent citizens by #FulaniHerdsmen.

#FulaniHerdsmen have been reportedly involved over the years in unlawful activities in almost all parts of the country, from grazing on people’s farm and destroying their produce, kidnapping, killing and s*xually assaulting Innocent women.

This unwholesome activities led to the creation of Amotekun in the South West as unanimously agreed by their governors. However, the South Estern governors seemed to be less concerned about same illegal activities of these herders in their region as they failed to put in measures in addressing the killings and unconstitutional actons of the herdsmen.

This negligence of the South Estern leaders led a single man, and ordinary civilian to create a Security Network that will secure the lives of their people which tends to be illegal to Nigerian government. Since the creation of this security outfit, it has been one issue to the other between Nigerian Army and ESN.

A reliable source confirmed this incident happened today in Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State. The report has it that a team of Nigerian Soldiers were sent to confront #ESN and amidst gun shot battle between the two Armies, stray bullet hit a woman from a distance going about her legitimate business and killed her instantly. May her soul rest in peace.

Nicholas Oladipupo

A Nigerian journalist and graduate of Linguistics and Communication Studies. You can reach him via

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  • The two parties must exercise restraint. The governor has a duty to protect lives and properties.

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