Friday, February 19, 2021

Forum Of Delta State NGOs To NPF, DTSG, Investigate The Attempted Assassination Made On Hon. John Nani




By Victor Bieni, Asaba


The Forum of Delta State NGOs led by Dcn Okezi Odugala has called on Delta State Government and security agencies concern and most especially the Nigeria Police to thoroughly investigate and bring to book the cop and any other collaborators in the recent attempt to assassinate the Executive Director, Finance and Administration of Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC) in Sapele, Delta State.

The Forum in a press Statement made available to newsmen in Asaba, Delta State capital by the Forum's Coordinator, Dcn Okezi Odugala, Forum's Secretary, Chief Greg Osamenjor, While condoling the families of the deceased police orderly to Hon.John Nani who paid the supreme price of laying his life for his boss by taking the devastating bullet from the alleged mobile police in a Sapele at the vehicle.

The forum stated that it suspects that the whole episode look like a well orchestrated movie with intent at assassinating the distinguished honourable politician cum public servant whose political and humanitarian services devoid of tribal, religious and political sentiments which remains unblemished, which they said that is a bone on the throat of some evil persons.

The press Statement reads in parts: "As a forum we call on the security agencies to strictly investigate this matter and bring the culprit(s) to face the legal consequences without delay as we are interested in this matter and will follow it to the later to ensure that justice is served without delay".

"We thank God for sparing the life of Hon.John Nani and enjoin him to remain bold and resolute in contributing to the sustainable development of Delta State and humanity as we trust God to always build His shield around him as darkness can never overcome light and to those who plan evil".

"We advised you to change for your judgement day is too near as we remain resolute in our partnership for peace and security in Delta State".

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