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See The Shocking Report Coming In From Bayelsa State. (Photos)

A Facebook user shared this post earlier in the day. A community chairman and 9 others were held hostage by JTF in Ogbotobo in Ekeremor LGA area of Bayelsa State, accused of stealing by Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC).

Here is the post of the Facebook user:

Happening Now: Community chairman and 9 others have been hold hostage by JTF in Ogbotobo in Ekeremor LGA area of Bayelsa state.
Eye witness called our publisher this morning around 11am said that, the chairman of AGBAYAMA community and 9 others were beating to death point and have been held hostage for no reason by the JTF who is guarding the Oil Flowstations in the community.

According to the source They are being deprived of employment changes of 109 and 18 sub-contracts made for the communities in a FTO Freedom To Operate an agreement between the communities and SPDC covering the AGG Project of one saipem construction company but since 2014 spdc refused to employed the persons as agreed but carrying out the construction and the communities have reported the case to the relevant government offices and the Governor through the Office of the Special Adviser to The Governor oil and gas have advised SPDC to follow as agreed also spdc pointed two individuals that they only obey the directives of the two individuals which led the chairman to go and stop the operation also said the soldiers confirmed to their victims said spdc have call their boss to threat you and write against you as thieves hence the maltreatment to our community youths who seeking for their own jobs in their villages and the chairman who wants his agreed with SPDC be giving effect as been beating and portrayed as criminals as reported.

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