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Northern youths condemn communal disputes in Delta communities

The Northern Youth Progressive Network has condemned a communal dispute that occurred between Okoloba and Okuama communities in Delta state recently resulting in the murder…

The Northern Youth Progressive Network has condemned a communal dispute that occurred between Okoloba and Okuama communities in Delta state recently resulting in the murder of 17 Nigerian soldiers.

The Youths also extended their condolences to the Nigerian Army and federal government.

A statement signed by Mr Bala Mohammed, Convener of the Northern Youths Progressive Network on Friday, described the violence as a reprehensible one that shocked many Nigerians.

“We stand united in grief with the families of the fallen soldiers, offering our heartfelt condolences and unwavering support during this period of immense sorrow.

“We firmly advocate for the peaceful resolution of conflicts and the promotion of harmony within communities. We call upon all parties involved in the dispute to renounce violence and embrace dialogue as the only viable means to address their grievances.

“It is imperative that community leaders, stakeholders, and relevant authorities come together to engage in sincere dialogue, mediation, and reconciliation efforts to restore peace and stability in the affected areas,” Mohammed said.

Mohammed however cautioned that a security company, Tantita Security Services should not be dragged into any allegation concerning the aforementioned communal dispute.

“Tantita Security Services has been widely recognized as a beacon of peace and order in the Niger Delta region.

“Their unwavering commitment to maintaining security and their significant contributions in combating oil theft, has enabled Nigeria to meet its Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries crude oil quota, thereby increasing the nation’s foreign reserves, boosting of foreign investors confidence in the oil and gas sector, creation of employment opportunities for the youths of the nation, particularly those engaged by Tantita and the restoration of aquatic life to our maritime domain,” he said.

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