The IEF made the call against the backdrop of the invasion of the home of nonagenarian and Ijaw/South-South leader, Chief Edwin Clark by the police, apparently in search of arms and ammunition.
The meeting was been held at the Asokoro, Abuja residence of foremost Ijaw leader and former Federal Commissioner for Information
Elder statesman, Edwin Clark, says he has forgiven those that invaded his house over alleged stockpiling of firearms.
Clark, in the petition signed by his lawyer, Dr. Kayode Ajulo of Kayode Ajulo Castle of Law in Abuja, demanded for a comprehensive probe of the action of the policemen, three of whom were dismissed from service on Thursday
This was contained in a statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, Assistant Commissioner of Police Jimoh Moshood
The position of the militants followed Tuesday’s raid of the Abuja home of the former Federal Commissioner for Information, Chief Edwin Clark
The Nigeria Police Force has apologized to Chief Edwin Clark over the unauthorised raid of his residence in Abuja by four policemen.
Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has condemned the unwarranted search in the Abuja home of nonagenarian, Chief Edwin Clark, by the police, and called for an open, comprehensive investigation into the incident.
Policemen had on Tuesday afternoon stormed the home of the elder statesman in Abuja, claiming they were in search of arms and ammunition
Edwin Clark has called for sack of the Minister of Sports and Youth Development, Solomon Dalung, for allegedly discrediting Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, for recognising Amaju-Pinnick-led Board of the Nigerian Football Federation.
The Forum made the call in a communique signed by Chief Edwin Clark, Leader Pan-Niger Delta Forum; Prof. Ango Abdullahi, Convener Northern Elders Forum; Chief Ayo Adebanjo, leader of Afenifere; and Chief John Nwodo, President Ohanaeze…
The Forum made the call in a communique signed by Chief Edwin Clark, Leader Pan-Niger Delta Forum, Prof. Ango Abdullahi, Convener Northern Elders Forum, Chief Ayo Adebanjo, Leader Afenifere Socio-Cultural Group and Chief John Nwodo,…
Clark, who is the National leader, Pan-Niger Delta Forum, made the plea while speaking with newsmen on Wednesday in Kiagbodo, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta.
The meeting of the South West, South South, South East and the Middle Belt leaders was held in Ibadan on Thursday
The withdrawal of the quit notice was made known by the Pan Niger Delta People’s Congress, a new group that claimed to have the mandate to negotiate for the Niger Delta with the Federal Government and other interested stakeholders
The forum, represented by Chiefs Edwin Clark, Albert Horsefall (South-South); Chief John Nwodo, Prof. Joe Irukwu (South-East); and Chief Reuben Fasoranti, Chief Ayo Adebanjo (South-West), spoke in Lagos at a press conference titled: “Only…