An Ex agitator in the Niger Delta Chief Solomon Ndigbara also known as Osama Bin Ladin has raised the alarm over an alleged plan by gana members to invade Yeghe community in Gokana local government area of Rivers state.
Chief Solomon Ndigbara who is an indegene of Yeghecommunity said that some gang groups are planning to wear army camouflage to attack the community.
He called the local authorities in Yeghe community to set up a vigilante group that will help the security agencies in other to prevent any form of attack.
The ex agitator also called on the Rivers State government and security agencies to investigate the allegation and ensure that those behind the alleged plot are arrested and prosecuted.
In other news a Port Harcourt based security expert Rtd colonel Chinedu Ohunda has accused the federal government of refusing to expose and prosecute all suspected sponsors of terrorist groups in the country.
He however alleged that there are indications that the federal government has something to hide.
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