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BREAKING! JTF ‘Kills’ N’Delta Militant Leader In Custody After His Surrender

BREAKING! JTF ‘Kills’ N’Delta Militant Leader In Custody After His Surrender

NEWS
  Operatives of the Joint Task Force (JTF) codenamed Operation Delta Safe has allegedly killed the notorious Niger Delta militant Peregbakumo Oyawerikumo, alias Karowei who reportedly surrender to them on Thursday. BigPen Online gathered that Karowei was killed Thursday night in a controversial manner after his reported surrender and subsequent arrest at Ogbobagbene community, country home of former minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Elder Goddey Orubebe in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta state. Dependable sources who confided on BigPen Online revealed that the militant leader who killed about five soldiers including a naval officer during his criminal expedition was 'wasted' by soldiers last night in alleged 'stage managed' operation. The source hinted that Karowe...
Released Britons Set To Return To N’Delta Once Security Agents Arrest Kidnappers Gang Leader, ‘Karowei’

Released Britons Set To Return To N’Delta Once Security Agents Arrest Kidnappers Gang Leader, ‘Karowei’

NEWS, NIGER DELTA
Indications have emerged that the released Britain missionaries, inspite the gruesome murder of their colleague, Dr Ian Squire, are set to return to Enekorogha community in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State to continue the good work they started. Dr David Donovan, his wife, and Alanna Carson among others, who were released from the hands of their kidnappers, on November 6, are poised to return to continue their medical outreach under the New Foundations Clinic if the mastermind of the kidnap saga, Karowei Pere Gbakumor and his gang, are brought to book. This, they said, was necessary to guarantee the safety of lives and property of people of the community as well as themselves. "Dr Donovan and others are ready to come back, but for the helplessness and insecurity in
Delta: Villagers Mourn Dead Briton Volunteer, Say We’ve Lost Our Angels

Delta: Villagers Mourn Dead Briton Volunteer, Say We’ve Lost Our Angels

NEWS
It was all tears and lamentations for Dr Ian Squire, a man who left his thriving practice in Shepperton Surrey, to offer succor and sight to poor residents of Enekorogha in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta state. The 57-years British optician was dastardly hacked to death by dare-devil kidnappers on October 13. On Friday thousands of residents of Enekorogha gathered to mourn him. Same day, they also called on the Nigerian government to save them from avoidable deaths and the possible invasion of the community by remnants of the arrested ‘militants’ who kidnapped the Britons. The villagers, in their numbers, bore placards with varying inscriptions expressing their grievances over the heinous killing of the ‘white man’. They lamented that the captors had killed and ch