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Nwoko Secures Release of Suspects Involved in Illegal Arms Fabrication

Senator representing Delta North senatorial district, Delta State, Ned Nwoko, has announced the release of four family members who were detained by the Army for manufacturing weapons at Onicha-Olona community in the state.

The major suspect in the case is said to have the ability to construct drones and modify Ak-47 rifles to hold 30 rounds instead of the standard 60 rounds. This talent piqued Senator Nwoko’s interest, leading him to consider the potential benefits of harnessing such skills for the nation’s advancement.

In a statement, Senator Nwoko expressed his satisfaction with the recent progress made in addressing the situation, following his visit to the headquarters of the 63 Brigade in Asaba and productive discussions with the Brigade Commander. He emphasized the importance of ensuring fair treatment for those involved, balancing justice with the opportunity for rehabilitation and contribution to society.

As a result of collaborative efforts, Senator Nwoko has successfully secured the release of four family members implicated in the illegal activity. However, he reiterated the commitment to upholding the law and is working towards fair judgment and potential pardon for the remaining four individuals.

Senator Nwoko also highlighted the significance of the underlying issue, emphasizing the need to redirect the talents of those involved towards lawful and productive endeavors. He expressed his intention to introduce a bill for a law to recognize and develop such talents across the nation.

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