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Friday 19 February 2021

Insecurity: The Curfew Initiative Of Isu Town Is Worthy Of Emulation Across Biafraland

 Insecurity: The Curfew Initiative Of Isu Town Is  Worthy Of Emulation Across Biafraland

Sequel to the security tension in Isu town, Onicha Local Government Area, Ebonyi State, few days after the clash that erupted between the Isu stationed operatives of Eastern Security Network (ESN) and Fulani killer herdsmen, the Youths Assembly had on Thursday 4th February 2021, declared a dusk to dawn curfew in and around the town until further notice. 

Recall that the Fulani herder terrorists had gruesomely killed an Isu indigene right on his cassava farm for daring to question the invasion and destruction of his farmland by Fulani cattle. The curfew was declared when residents started fleeing their homes for fear of impending invasion of the Fulanis under the cover of the night.  Through the proactive declaration of this imposed curfew, normalcy has gradually picked up in the area.

The Investigative team of Family Writers Press International, closely monitoring surveillance on the development in Isu town since the curfew was imposed, can authoritatively report that the action is really working out the desired wonders. Since it's commencement, both the indigenes and non-indigenes have conformatively adopted staying away from the marked locations/roads/streets from 7:00pm on the dot to 7:00am successively, to avoid falling victims of the order. It was also discovered that the Churches (Orthodox, Protestant and Pentecostals), have ceased to conduct their night vigil programs based on the foregoing. This is meant to cooperatively assist the Homeland Security Organization, to clearly identify strange noises and security signals in case of emergencies.

Having therefore carefully studied the resultant effects of the curfew so far in Isu town, it is necessary to also recommend that such bold step to other towns, villages and communities across Biafraland especially within the rural areas. Isu Youths Assembly have set the pace and should be wholesomely commended. On interviews with Family Writers Press International, most of the Isu youths responded that what really spurred them into taking the action, was to fully assert their independence. They stressed that nobody anywhere could give them dictation on how to handle/manage security intelligence in their own town. 

If the position of these youths on security concerns should be generalized, it therefore simply means that no foreign (strange) powers or authorities should dish out instructions to the youths of different villages, towns and communities in Biafraland, on the best security modules to adopt in safeguarding lives and properties in their respective domains. They are intelligent, non-partisan, energetiic, determined and cooperative. The Isu youths at a stage, pointedly noted that nobody including political office holders and the traditional rulers, most of whom are the people's enemies, had through their pacification of the marauding Fulani herdsmen against the law abiding indigenous citizens during the entire period of insecurity in Isu communities, thoughtfully premiumed their selfish interests above the general well being of their own people.

Presently, Isu youths do not condone or allow any event whatsoever, that could stretch beyond 7:00pm. They have religiously kept that period sacrosanct. The subsisting curfew seriously has it's effect all over the whole Isu town and environs. It was further discovered that the only sound heard at night hours are those of the patrolling security motorcycles and nothing else, thereby confirming the potency and effectiveness of the exercise. Those that are yet unprepared for the upcoming activities of Eastern Security Network in Biafraland in a couple of weeks, should just learn from the wisdom of Isu youths. A word they say, is enough for the wise!

Written by Mazi Onyebuchi Eze

Edited by Peter Oshagwu

For Family Writers Press International.

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