The Video of the two military personnel threatening the residents of Warri is not a true representation of Nigerian military – Delta State Gov.

Delta State Government has urged the public, particularly Deltans, to ignore  video clips circulating that appeared to threaten the warri residents who defy the stay-at-home order of the state government over the Coronavirus pandemic and confronting security operatives.

 

The State Commissioner for Information, Mr. Charles Aniagwu, who disclosed this statement on Friday in Asaba. He said that the videos were arranged, and therefore, fake.

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1576598017417_pix-1-847x477Delta State Commissioner For Information Mr Charles Aniagwu


Mr Aniagwu stated that the concocted videos were not a true representation of happenings in Warri or any part of Delta in the last 48 hours..

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He said that the purported video of the two military personnel threatening the residents of Warri is not a true representation of Nigerian military officers who know the implication of threatening citizens with such unlawful videos.

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He therefore, called on people of the  state to discard the videos and continue to remain indoors as directed by the government to enable them curb the possible outbreak and spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state.

 

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