Oleh Oil/Gas: Landlords Urge HEOSL To Disregards DTSG Directives

By Kelvin Ohoror The oil and gas landlords of Ukolobi/Okpohro (Itesa) quarter of Oleh community led by Elder James Ejeke has called on Heritage Energy Operational Services Limited to disregard the Delta State government directives to discontinue fourth with the Oleh Community Development Committee led by Chief Obaro Ekokobe. It will be recalled, the Delta State government through the Commissioner of oil/gas and the Isoko South Local Government Chairman Hon. Victor Asasa in a memo directed Heritage Energy Operational Services Limited to discontinue fourth with the Oleh community development committee…

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Bloodbath: Isoko Group, IMG Wants Gov Okowa To Relocate Office

  The Isoko Monitoring Group, (IMG) has called on Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa to relocate his office as governor temporarily to Isoko land and fashion out means of putting an end to the inter communal clashes and bloodletting engulfing some Isoko communities. The  group Publicity Secretary, Dr. Kingsley Oroh in a statement signed and addressed to the Delta State Governor described Gov Okowa silence over the continued lost of lives as worrisome.   According to Dr. Oroh in the statement, “We are compelled to express our disappointment and…

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Okowa Inaugurates Panel Of Inquiry Into Oleh, Ozoro Land Dispute

  By Kelvin Ohoror Delta Governor, Sen. (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa on Wednesday, inaugurated a seven-man Judicial Panel of Inquiry into the land dispute between Oleh and Ozoro communities in the state. He said at the ceremony at Government House, Asaba that the panel would determine the remote and immediate causes of the conflict between the parties in Oleh and Ozoro communities. According to the governor, it is disheartening that after all we have been through as a country and a State throughout this year, our State is now confronted with…

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Barbaric Murder of Nine Oleh Indigenes Was Unprovoked, We Call for Justice – Group

By politicsgovernance.com   The Oleh United Front (OUF) has frowned on media reports that are attributing the killing of nine (9) Oleh indigenes and the abduction of three (3) others to communal clash between Oleh and Ozoro. The group said the attack was unprovoked and that it was carried against the Oleh victims for reasons not known. In a press statement jointly signed by the conveners of the group, Charles Mallam-Obi and Ewomazino Odugala and made available to newsmen, OUF said that Oleh is not at war or communal clash…

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