Man Who Led The Killing Of 16 Soldiers In Delta Ran To Unknown Place, Vows To Make Self Untraceable

As tension rose following his confession on Thursday, March 21st, the young man from Okuama community in Ughelli South LGA of Delta State, identified with the Tiktok handle @user3000995658479, who narrated how he led the killing of Lt. Col. AH Ali and 15 other soldiers in Delta State switched his social media accounts to ‘private’....READ FULL ARTICLE

Recall that he had dared anyone to arrest him after revealing his face in two separate videos.

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Today, as of the time of filing this report, his Tiktok account containing the two videos could not be accessed. Prior to now, he had declared that he will make himself untraceable.

In the two separate videos he posted (one is faceless), the man revealed that there is a land dispute between his community (Okuama) and a neighbouring community, and that Niger Delta warlord, Tompolo, caused the killing of the soldiers.

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He alleged that Tompolo invited the soldiers to attack his community in favour of the other community entangled in the land dispute.

In one of the videos, the man further claimed that the late soldiers had killed three people from Okuama community on Tompolo’s order, and that the soldiers were loyal to Tompolo because of his oil bunkering activities.

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In the first video, he admitted to killing of the soldiers, saying that he knows it is wrong, but he and others had to protect their land.

In the second video, he alleged that the soldiers were not on a peacekeeping mission in Okuama, adding that they were fighting in favour of Tompolo...READ FULL ARTICLE

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