Clement Ikolo: I can tell you nobody will tell you he Doesn’t know what was happening – Gen. Musa

The unfolding tragedy surrounding the massacre of 17 soldiers in Okuama Community, Delta State, has taken a startling turn with the revelation that Clement Ikolo, the King of Ewu Kingdom, is among those allegedly connected to the heinous crime. In a surprising development, Ikolo has voluntarily surrendered himself to authorities, raising questions about his involvement and triggering widespread concern.

In an interview with Arise news, General Christopher Musa, Chief of Defence Staff, provided insights into the brutal attack, suggesting possible complicity of individuals familiar with the area. While stopping short of directly accusing Ikolo, General Musa hinted at the likelihood of key figures being aware of the events unfolding in their midst.

“I don’t want to comment so much, but I can tell you nobody will tell you he doesn’t know what was happening,” remarked General Musa, alluding to the possibility of Ikolo’s knowledge or involvement in the massacre.

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“The Chief is secured, he’s safe nothing is going to happen to him. it’s just a few questioning and then we would be able to clarify. I don’t want to comment so much, but I can tell you nobody will tell you he doesn’t know what was happening, maybe he did take part directly, but he will not tell us he does not have the knowledge or understanding of what was happening” He said

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