The member representing Isoko Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Hon Leo Ogor has appealed to the Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Muhammed Adamu, to investigate the gruesome murder of 12 indigenes of Oleh community in Delta State.
The lawmaker made the appeal during a media chat in Abuja.
Ogor who expressed his sympathy with the families of the victims, said he was disturbed by the news of the murder of the 12 Isoko indigenes which include men, women and children.
He stressed that life is sacred and nobody has the right to take it.
The federal lawmaker while calling for peace, called for a thorough investigation to be carried out as soon as possible to fish out perpetrators of the dastardly act and bring them to face the full arm of the law.
Ozoro and Oleh communities have been involved in a bitter land dispute and the recent killing of 12 indigenes of Oleh community at the Ada farmland in Oleh has fuelled fresh acrimony between the two neighbouring communities who are incidentally the headquarters of the two local government councils.