Operation Crocodile Smile suffer loss as 4 Soldiers drown In Bayelsa boat mishap

Four soldiers that are part of the Operation Crocodile in the Niger Delta have drowned in a boat mishap in Bayelsa state today September 5th. The incident happened at about 10 am this morning along the Brass Water Front in Brass Local Government Area of Bayelsa.

The riffles of the soldiers are currently missing. A resident of the community, Effa, who spoke with Leadership, said attempts by the youths in the community and other soldiers to rescue the soldiers failed as the drowned soldiers could not be found.

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“In recent times,we have been noticing increased movement of soldiers in our area. The boat that capsize was conveying a new batch of soldiers to the water front. I was going to dispose of refuse at the waterfront and I saw uniformed soldiers struggling to rescue their colleagues in a capsize boat. When the confusion subsided, Four Soldiers were found to be missing with their rifles and other military gear. Some others that were rescued had their rifle missing and struggling out of the water. “he said

Search for the missing soldiers and their riffles is still ongoing.

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3 thoughts on “Operation Crocodile Smile suffer loss as 4 Soldiers drown In Bayelsa boat mishap

  1. Too bad,may their souls find peace,this should be investigated thoroughly and exhaustively,since soldiers have been arrested who still have been supplying arms to terrorists in the north east,sabotage should not also be ruled out in the Delta creeks also

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  2. This is too bad and its a disgrace to do ur nation, why they were not train on how yo swim before they were sent to the sea area for war ?, haba, its a shame . anyway may there soul rest in peace.

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