Okuama: Maybe He Didn’t Take Part, But He Won’t Tell Us He Has No Knowledge Of What’s Going On – According to CDS

Okuama: Maybe He Didn't Take Part, But He Won't Tell Us He Has No Knowledge Of What's Going On - According to CDSHis Royal Majesty, Clement Oghenerukevwe Ikolo, Urhukpe 1, the Ovie of the Ewu Kingdom, is safe in their care and nothing would happen to him, according to Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Lt. Gen. Christopher Musa. It should be remembered that the Nigerian Army had designated eight people wanted in connection with the murder on March 14 after the death of seventeen soldiers in the Okuama community in the Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State. The military has proclaimed eight individuals, including the Delta monarch, wanted. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

King Ikolo had submitted himself to the Police for questioning, but the Police had handed him over to the Army. The development had sparked mixed reactions from members of the public, with some saying that the Nigerian Army does not have the constitutional right to conduct investigation into the issue.

Speaking during an interview with Arise TV on Wednesday, Lt. General Musa said that King Ikolo may not have taken part in the killing directly, but that he cannot say that he has no knowledge of what is happening.

The security chief said that King Ikolo is in their custody for questioning, adding that investigations will reveal a lot of things.

He said, “The Chief is secure, he is safe, nothing is going to happen to him, it’s just a few questioning and then we will be able to clarify.

“But you know, I don’t want to comment so much, but nobody will tell you he doesn’t know what’s happening. Maybe he did not take part directly, but he will not tell us he does not have the knowledge or the understanding of what’s going on. But like we said, the investigations will unravel most of these things, and then actions will be taken.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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