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1/25/2018

JUST IN AS NIGER DELTA MILITANTS VOW RESUMPTION OF ATTACK ON OIL FACILITIES

JUST IN AS NIGER DELTA MILITANTS VOW RESUMPTION OF ATTACK ON OIL FACILITIES
A coalition of Niger Delta agitators has threatened to resume destruction of oil installations and other Federal Government
facilities in the region.
Meanwhile the group has also given a month deadline to Fulani herdsmen to vacate Niger Delta region following their nefarious activities across the country.
The militants took the resolutions, on Wednesday, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, after three weeks of consultations and meetings across the Niger Delta region.
Also, the Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators (CNDA), the umbrella militant group in the region, has also issued a 90-day ultimatum to the Federal Government to implement restructuring and resource control.
Again, the agitators are demanding a return of the oil blocs owned by non-Niger Delta indigenes to the Niger Delta people and the relocation of the oil & gas companies headquarters to the region.
The CNDA threatened that failure of the Federal Government to heed its call would not be taken with a pinch of salt but met with stiff opposition from them starign with destruction of oil installations in the region.


The group’s position was contained in a communiqué issued after the meeting a copy of which was sent to newsmen, where they threatened that if the Federal Government turned deaf ears to their calls, “Otherwise, there would be no one Nigeria. We shall officially declare Niger Delta Republic after 90 days, if the Federal Government fails to implement the above demands.
“We also demand that all the Northerners living in the Niger Delta to quit the region if the Federal Government fails to implement the above demands within the stipulated time. We also call on our people living in the North to also return to the Niger Delta for their safety.


Signatories to the resolution included: General John Duku (Niger Delta Watchdogs and Convener, Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators; General Ekpo Ekpo (Niger Delta Volunteers), General Osarolor Nedam (Niger Delta Warriors) and General Simply Benjamin (Bakassi Strike Force).
Also included among the signatories were: Major-Gen. Henry Okon Etete (Niger Delta Peoples Fighters), Major-Gen. Asukwo Henshaw (Bakassi Freedom Fighters), Major-Gen. Ibinabo Horsfall (Niger Delta Movement for Justice), Major-Gen. Duke Emmanson (Niger Delta Fighters Network), Major-Gen. Inibeghe Adams (Niger Delta Freedom Mandate) and Major-Gen. Abiye Tariah (Niger Delta Development Network).
The rest were: Major-Gen. Joshua Ebere (Renewed Movement for Emancipation of Niger Delta), Major-Gen. Jeremiah Anthony (Movement for Actualization of Niger Delta Republic), Major Francis Okoroafor (Niger Delta Freedom Redemption Army) and Colonel Nelson Okochi Walter.



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