After 6 years of escape, Delta Agog reappears as Tompolo (video)
Jubilation erupted at the Egbesu shrine of the Oporosa community, the headquarters of the Kingdom of Gbaramatu, the local government of Varri in southwestern Delta State, after the wanted former militant leader, the Oveiside government, also known as Tompolo, reappeared.
His first public appearance in six years on Monday, October 19, 2020, made the militants happy.
Tompolo, who was joined by friends and supporters of the Ijau nation and not only, worshiped and thanked God for his life. Tompolo, who is also a priest of Egbesu, has been out of the public eye for six years after the military and legal wars declared against him by the Nigerian federal government.
This foremost defender of security and peace has not been seen in public meetings for the past six years, and none of his recent images have appeared in the media.
It should be remembered that Ekpemupolo was commissioned together with the former Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Safety and Administration Agency Patrick Akpolokemi; Kime Engozu; Rex Elem; Gregory Mbonu; and Warredi Enisuoh at a branch of the Federal High Court in Lagos.
But a court on Wednesday, July 15, 2019, dismissed all 40 counts bordering on an alleged $ 34 billion fraud brought by the federal government against Global West Vessel Specialist Limited, a company associated with a former militant leader in the Niger Delta.