According to a report we gathered, security operatives in Imo state have reportedly killed an army deserter turned top commander of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) identified as Joseph Uka Nnachi, also know as the ” King of Dragons” among the ESN ranks.
According to the results of a quick background check we conducted on his personality, it was gathered that Joseph Uka Nnachi alias King of Dragons was once a member of the Nigerian army, who deserted military service in favour of working for the proscribed Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) secessionist group, taking up a post as a commander of it’ s armed guerrilla fighters named Eastern Security Network (ESN).
Further details about the ” King of Dragons” showed that he was a member of the Nigerian army 71 batch intake program, it was also gathered that he personally led many of the attacks on on several police stations in Imo state.
A video we obtained also captured the moment when the ESN commander had boastfully declared that Nigeria must go down, while also revealing he that was a member of the military but condition made him to sign up with the ESN.
According to a police report, it was gathered that the King of Dragon and his boy’ s were intercepted by a joint team of the police special squad and soldiers of the Nigerian army, while they were on their way to attack parts of the Imo state capital. It was gathered that no fewer than 6 members of the proscribed secessionist group’ s armed fighters met their waterloo in the hands of the gallant officer’ s.
According to the state issued by the Imo state Police Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana it was gathered that a member of the group who had escape was later tracked down and arrested at his hideout somewhere in Mbaitoli local government area of the state.
It was also gathered that four AK47 rifles were recovered from the suspects, and after the firearms were cross- checked, it was discovered tha there were thesame firearms which had been stolen from a police station at Omuma, during an attack on the station by members of the armed group.