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DHQ declare 8 people wanted over killing of 17 soldiers in Delta state

Boom RadioNG | March 28, 2024

The Defence Headquarters has today declared eight persons wanted over their roles in the violence that resulted in the death of 17 military personnel in Delta State.

The list was announced at a media briefing in Abuja by the Director, Defence Media Operations, Major General Edward Buba.

Those declared wanted include Prof. Ekpekpo Arthur, Andaowei Dennis Bakriri, Akevwru Daniel Omotegbo (A.k.a Amagben), Akata Malawa David, Sinclear Oliki, Clement Ikolo Oghenerukeywe, Reuben Baru, and Igoli Ebi.

Defence HQ declares 8 people wanted

During the briefing, the military called on well-meaning Nigerians especially residents of Delta and adjoining states to assist them with credible information that would lead to the arrest of eight persons allegedly responsible for the killing of seventeen soldiers in Okuama community in Delta State.

General Buba added that the military remains determined to fish out the perpetrators of the heinous act in Delta State, reaffirming its commitment to rescue all kidnapped and abducted victims in Nigeria.

The release of the list came hours after the remains of the 17 slain soldiers were buried in a ceremony attended by President Bola Tinubu, governors, federal lawmakers, and other dignitaries.

 

Dolupo Balogun

Written by Boom RadioNG

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