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Army has made complete withdrawal from Okuama -Gov Oborevwori

The Nigerian Army (NA) has made a complete withdrawal from the Okuama community in the state.

This is according to Sheriff Oborevwori, governor of Delta State, on Wednesday, at a press conference at the Government House, in Asaba.

This is implying that the displaced people of Okuama are now free to return to their homes.

He also disclosed that the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp set up by his administration for a smooth and seamless resettlement of the displaced okuama residents is already running.

The military had taken over the community after 17 Army personnel were gruesomely killed on the 14th of March, 2024 in the riverine community in the Ughelli South Local Government Area of the state, causing many residents to flee into the creeks and other neighboring communities.

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