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Okuama crisis: Edwin Clark Expresses Shock Over Soldier Losses, Surpassing Even Boko Haram War



In a heart-wrenching turn of events, the Ijaw Nation’s revered leader, Edwin Clark, has voiced his vehement condemnation of the recent heinous attack on soldiers in Delta State. Describing it as an unprecedented tragedy, Clark has called for swift action to apprehend the perpetrators.

During a poignant interview on Arise Television’s News programme, Clark expressed his shock and anguish over the barbaric and wicked nature of the incident. He emphasized the urgent need for collaboration between local communities and the military to bring the culprits to justice.

Clark’s anguish was palpable as he recounted his personal interactions with the fallen soldiers, including Lt Col. Ali, whom he spoke to just days before the tragic event. His sorrow deepened as he reflected on the loss of these brave souls, highlighting the magnitude of the tragedy.

In a plea directed at the military, Clark urged restraint in their pursuit of justice, emphasizing the importance of avoiding further collateral damage. With confidence in modern technology, he called for a swift resolution to the investigation, ensuring that those responsible are swiftly brought to justice.

As the nation mourns the loss of these valiant soldiers, Edwin Clark’s impassioned call for justice echoes the sentiments of many, demanding accountability and a swift resolution to this senseless act of violence.