On Saturday, December 12th 2020, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) launched Eastern Security Network (ESN) alleging that the South-East governors are unable to protect lives and properties in the region. However, the Federal Government of Nigeria has outlawed ESN and condemned in its entirety, the formation of the group. Here we shall look at how to join Eastern Security Network, recruitment process and requirements.
Note: joining ESN is illegal in Nigeria, therefore this information is for educational purposes only. We will not be held responsible if misused.
According to the IPOB media and publicity secretary, Emma Powerful, ESN is not a Biafran Army nor for the purpose of forcefully declaration of Biafran State. Mr Powerful clarified that the security outfit is to provide security to the whole of South-East against criminal gangs operating in the regiont.
Requirements to Join Eastern Security Network
- Applicants must come from South-East or South-South Region
- Must posses Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), or National Diploma (ND), or Certificate of Education, or Higher National Diploma (HND), or Bachelor Degree.
- Certificate of Identification
- Letter of Identification
- Guarantors form to be filled and submitted
- Birth Certificate or Baptism Card
- Other supporting documents
How to Apply for Eastern Security Network (ESN)
Application is very easy for applicants from South-East and South-South region.
Currently online portal for applications has not been opened, however interested applicants should visit their various zonal IPOB leaders to process their application.
Further more, we urge you to visit this page often as we will update you when online application starts.
Note: Anyone young person from Eastern region is eligible to apply. After application, shortlisted candidates are to be invited for an interview, and after which training follows.
ESN Salary Structure
The salary structure of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) has not been made public. We will update you on their salary structure soon. Also check out: Nigerian Police Salary Structure And Ranks.
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