JUST IN: Murdered Soldiers: Tension as GOC Makes Tough Vow About Delta Operation

Murdered Soldiers: Tension as GOC Makes Tough Vow About Delta Operation

Murdered : Tension as GOC Makes Tough Vow About Delta Operation

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The has said there is no going back in the trailing of the killers of the 17 soldiers in the Okuama community in Major General Jamal Abdussalam, the GOC of the 6 division of the Nigerian army/land component commander in South-South, made the vow in on ThursdayHowever, Abdussalam assured that the operatives will be professional with international best practice and respect for human rights in their operations

Port Harcourt, Rivers – Troops of the Nigerian defence trailing the suspects and killers of 17 soldiers and civilians, particularly one Endurance Okodeh, aka Amangben, the lead suspect at the Okuama community in Ughelli South local area of Delta state have said the mission continued.

The troop said they would remain at the creek until they recovered all the stolen weapons that the assailants had stolen and the suspects.

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Nigerian army has said no going back on its operation to arrest killers of 17 soldiers in the Okuama community in Delta stateNigerian army promises best practice in fishing out killers of 17 soldiers in
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Major General Jamal Abdussalam, the general officer commanding (GOC), 6 division of the Nigerian army/land component commander, joint task force, south-south operation, Delta state, made the vow on Thursday, March 21.

Abdussalam was said to have made the vow when he played host to the managing director and chief executive officer of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) and paid a condolence visit to him at the divisional headquarters of the force in Port Harcourt barracks.

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Delta killing: Army promises professionalism

The GOC assured that all soldiers in the operations over the murder of officers and soldiers in the Okuama community will be professionals in their dealings.

According to a tweet by the Nigerian army, the general said:

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“No amount of propaganda, arm-twisting, blackmailing, intimidation, and false narratives would distract troops from staying on course to achieve their objectives.”

The tweet further read:

“The operations would be conducted in the most professional manner in line with the global best practice of adherence to rules of and respect for fundamental human rights.”

See the tweet here:

Source: Henzodaily.ng

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