Political activist and leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has reacted after operatives of Eastern Security Network (ESN) invaded the camp of Fulani herdsmen in Enugu State.
Effiezy reports that in a trending video, ESN operatives were seen chasing the herdsmen out of the forest and killing their cows.
It was learnt that residents of the area had earlier told the herders to stop destroying their farms but they allegedly refused.
However, while the herdsmen were chased out of the bush, a serious warning was given to them by ESN operatives not to return if they value their lives.
Reacting, Nnamdi Kanu said he approved the operations by the ESN to protect his people. He said they would not just sit back and watch them get killed in the name of peace.
“If left to the hypocrites cum peace-makers we have in #Nigeria, all of us would be dead by now. To them defending oneself, fighting for your right, is beating the drums of war.
You can only live in peace with people that want to live in peace with you”, Kanu tweeted.