By: Chiziterem Bethrand / March 23rd, 2024 / 14 views


In a chilling revelation, the Nigerian Defence Headquarters has unmasked the faces behind the country’s most heinous crimes.

Among the sinister lineup of 97 individuals are the architects of terror, insurgents who have sown seeds of chaos and despair across the nation, these wanted figures are not mere shadows lurking in the night; they are the very embodiment of fear, their actions leaving scars on the fabric of society.

From orchestrating violent crimes to perpetuating acts of terror, their hands are stained with the blood of the innocent, but amidst this roster of darkness stands one name that strikes a chord of urgency and defiance: Simon Ekpa, a factional leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

His presence among the wanted signals a battle not just against terror, but against the forces that seek to dismantle the very unity of the nation, as the Director of Defence Media Operations, Maj. Gen. Edward Buba, unveiled the names and faces of these wanted individuals, a stark realization dawned upon the nation: the time for complacency is over.

It is a call to action, a rallying cry for all citizens to stand together in solidarity against the forces of evil that threaten to tear the country apart, with each photograph released, emotions run high – anger, fear, determination.

But above all, there is a resounding resolve to bring these perpetrators to justice, to ensure that the voices of the victims are heard and that their sacrifices are not in vain, the unveiling of these wanted individuals is more than just a list; it is a testament to the unwavering commitment of the Nigerian Defence to protect its people, to safeguard the future of generations to come.

It is a declaration that no stone will be left unturned, no corner too dark to shine the light of justice, but the fight against terror is not one that can be waged by the military alone.

It requires the collective strength and vigilance of every citizen, every community, every sector of society, together, we can turn the tide against terror, reclaiming our streets, our homes, our peace.

As the nation braces itself for the challenges ahead, one thing remains certain: the faces of terror may be unveiled, but the spirit of Nigeria – resilient, united, indomitable – shall never be extinguished.

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