Army Invades Delta Community, Arrests 10 Persons

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Troops of the Nigerian Army conducting a cordon-and-search operation over the March 14th killing of 17 military personnel at Okuama in Ughelli South Local Government Area, Delta State, yesterday invaded another community, Olota, and allegedly whisked away no fewer than 10 persons.
This came on a day Senior Advocates of Nigeria, SAN, and retired judges ripped apart the Board of Inquiry constituted by Defence Headquarters to investigate the March 14th killing of military personnel at Okuama in Ughelli South Local Government of Delta State, saying it had no powers to do so.
They maintained that the correct thing to do was for the federal government to institute a judicial commission of inquiry into the incident or ask Delta State government to set one up.
Recall that the army had visited the same community and others, including Arhavwarien, Orere, and Omosuomo, more than a week ago, searching for arms and ammunition snatched from the dead soldiers and fleeing suspects.

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