THE chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, says the team launched a safety outfit in Biafraland due to the fact of the failure of the governors in the area to do so.
He accused the governors of slumbering over what he known as the mass killings of the human beings of the area.
He said, “Having waited for many years for our governors to tightly closed our land as Yoruba governors did to no avail, we, the humans of the East comprising of South- East and South-South have resolved to shield our land from the ravages of terrorism and extrajudicial killings.
“We can’t permit what passed off in Obigbo to repeat itself. It has fallen on this era to shield our land in opposition to the ravages of Fulani terrorism and the hegemonic tendencies.
“For years, our moms have no longer been in a position to go to their farms for worry of being raped and reduce to pieces. Our invaders, some of them from Sene-Gambia, are in our villages raping and killing at will.
“Delta State Government has inaugurated Operation Delta Hawk, a new protection outfit in the traditional fragmented strategy of the East to troubles of country wide importance.
“The West have been united in their effort to fight terrorism in their territory, even Miyetti Allah, had the guts to glide a vigilante outfit the unfold to each and every nook and cranny of Nigeria with the guide of the Presidency and northern governors.
“But in our land, governors in the East cowardly allowed themselves to come to be fragmented out of concern of displeasing their masters.
“I existing to the world our first and closing line of defence, the Eastern Security Network to convey to an quit years of terrorism in our land.
“This protection outfit, modelled alongside the strains of Amotekun in the West and Miyetti Allah vigilante crew in the North, will grant the complete East (South-South & South-East) with the integral assurance that crimes such as kidnapping, armed robbery, unlawful occupation of our forests and river banks by way of marauding killers from the Sahel are delivered to an give up with on the spot effect.”
Reacting, the Commissioner of Police in Anambra State, John Abang, said, “I don’t understand some thing about them. I don’t work for them and I don’t work with them. Maybe ask them what they supposed through putting up a safety outfit.”