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Military invasion: We’ll hold federal government responsible for killings – Ijaw youths

The Ijaw Youth Council Worldwide has condemned the killings of four persons during a military invasion of Oluasiri community in Nembe Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

Ijaw youths condemn ‘killing of nursing mother, others’ in Bayelsa communities

The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) has condemned the alleged killing of a nursing mother, her six–month-old baby and three others, by armed soldiers attached to the Joint Task Force in the Niger Delta in Oluasiri clan in Nembe LGA of Bayelsa State.

Soldiers allegedly kill mother, six months baby, two others in Bayelsa raid

The alleged killing of four persons, including a mother and her six-month old baby in Oluasiri, Nembe local council of Bayelsa State, has sparked anger among Ijaw youths.

Politicians sponsoring killers should be arrested – Governor Dickson

The Bayelsa State Governor, Henry Seriake Dickson, on Monday in Yenagoa urged security agencies to treat political leaders who sponsor criminals as criminals themselves.

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