Monarch, subjects deny sponsoring plots to shut down oil facilities in Delta

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Monarch, subjects deny sponsoring plots to shut down oil facilities in Delta

By Perez Brisibe

THE Odiologbo of Oleh clan, HRM Ovrawah Omogha I and the Ukolobi, Okpohro and Enuru families of Isoko South local government area of Delta State have denied reports claiming that they sponsored protests leading to the shutdown of oil facilities operated by Heritage Energy Oil Servicing limited and Agip Oil Company at the Oleh/Olomoro flow station.

The monarch through the Otota of the kingdom, Chief Benjamin Onojerame and landowners’ families also known as Itesa represented by Chief Obaro Ekokobe in separate statements, described the allegations contained in a publication as false noting that if not corrected, may be presumed by some persons in the society as correct hence the need to set the records straight adding that they are at peace with the companies.

According to Chief Ekokobe, “It is surprising that touts, disgruntled and illegitimate persons would come up with a publication that some persons are miscreants while we knew very well that they are…



Source: Vanguard Newspaper