Group seeks intervention of Delta government for peace
Indigenes of Uzere clan in Isoko South local government area of Delta State have appealed to the Delta State Government and relevant authorities to intervene in the crises threatening to tear the clan apart.
The appeal was made during a peaceful protest, which saw men, women and youths displaying placards with various inscriptions depicting issues confronting the clan.
President General of the clan, Felix Enwenede said that the issues in the clan began in August last year when some persons allegedly tried to create division in the clan over monies from an oil firm.
Enwenede said they had petitioned the Isoko South council chairman, security operatives and the Uzere traditional council of chiefs on the matter and also decided to withdraw the clan’s membership from the Isoko Development Union (IDU) because of the role of its leaders in the fueling the crises.
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