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Video Of 6 Decomposing Bodies Of Policemen Killed In Ughelli Bush So Terrifying –Comr Agberen



Video Of 6 Decomposing Bodies Of Policemen Killed In Ughelli Bush So Terrifying --Comr Agberen

By Daniel Dafe

Comr.(Amb.) Derrick Oritsematosan Agberen, National Coordinator,
“No Justice, No Peace Initiative, has sent heartfelt condolences to the Nigerian Police Force, Delta State Command and to the families of the deceased Police officers, who lost their relations in the course of their duties.

He also called for serious attention by the Delta State Government, through the Delta Police Command, as a matter of urgency, to treat issues of insecurity and threat to the peace and progress of the state with serious concerns.

.Agberen, who said these in a statement made available to media houses, also urged the Delta State Police Command to do all in their capacity to arrest and identify the killers of the Nigerian Police Officers, recover firearms, saying it was unsafe not to do so.

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Adding: “As it stands, 19 rifle guns are in the hands of civilians, who are criminals and possess a serious threat to the peace of her State.”

According to him, the video of six bodies recovered in decomposed conditions, from the 19 policemen killed by suspected kidnappers/herdsmen in the bush at Ughelli that surfaced after two weeks was so terrifying.

Furthermore, he called on the State Government to evacuate northerners seen in the streets of Delta, posing as labourers in the day, but disguise to commit crímès at nights.

His words: “They are littered in major roads of Warri, Effurun, Ughelli, Sapele, Udu and currently occupy the overhead flyover of the capital city of Asaba. Also, accompanied with them are different unverified and unlicensed instruments which can also be used to commit crimes.”

He continued: “Some of these northerners, who are major crime perpetrators in the state, are not only from Northern Nigeria but are also from neighbouring countries like Chad, Niger, Mali, in disguise as Fulani also posing as beggars in the streets and herdsmen in the bushes, killing farmers and grabbing lands.”

Continuing, he said the “State Government should not remain insensitive to the plights of the people,” saying: “We cannot afford to contend with two things; pövèrty and insecurity at the same time.”

He said further: “Also, recently, the President General of Agbor was murdered by suspected herdsmen and also Mr Ikukpeni, a farmer in Uwheru kingdom, was brutally murdered too.

“Furthermore, a “State of Emergency Against Crimes And Evacuation” should be declared on her major roads, preventing illegal immigrants and Northerners, who have no wards or guardians, from accessing our dear State, as these has brought nightmares to the people and has turned her wives widowed overnights.”

“Being forewarned is to be forearmed as the saying goes, thanks,” he concluded.



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