Delta Monarch Surrenders to Police Over Alleged Connection to Killing of 17 Soldiers

Clement Ikolo, the King of Ewu Kingdom in the Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State, has voluntarily surrendered himself to the Delta State Police Command.
His surrender comes in the wake of being declared wanted by the Defence Headquarters in connection with the tragic killing of 17 military personnel in Okuama community.
Arriving at the state police command headquarters at precisely 6:41 pm on Thursday, the monarch presented himself to Police Commissioner Olufemi Abaniwonda, marking a pivotal moment in the unfolding investigation.
Before presenting himself to the police, King Clement Ikolo addressed journalists, vehemently asserting his innocence regarding the matter under investigation.
Confirming the monarch’s surrender, the Delta State Police Command spokesperson, Bright Edafe, affirmed that King Clement Ikolo is now in police custody.
The Defence Headquarters had earlier in the day declared King Clement Ikolo and seven other individuals wanted for their suspected involvement in the recent killing of 17 military personnel.
Among those declared wanted are Prof. Ekpekpo Arthur, Andaowei Dennis Bakriri, Akevwru Daniel Omotegbo (also known as Amagben), Akata Malawa David, Sinclear Oliki, Reuben Baru, and Igoli Ebi.
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