We Will Cripple Nigeria – Militants Say

A militant group, Niger Delta Volunteers (NDV), has threatened to cripple every infrastructure of the Federal Government that generates income.

The NDV also warned oil companies in the Niger Delta to evacuate their staff and suspend their operations, adding that their next strike will be deadly.

The militant group also described the recent bombing of a facility in Bonny by the Niger Delta Avengers as child’s play.

The NDV said they will stop their struggle if the Federal Government accepts to restructure the country.

According to the group’s spokesman, Commander Ekpo Ekpo “We shall complement and supplement every move of the Niger Delta Avengers to ensure that our freedom from this Zoo is realized.

We shall not spare any infrastructure that adds value to the activities of the Buhari led Federal Government.

“We in the Niger Delta Volunteers are not surprised at the current shenanigans of the Federal Government through the office of the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and the Minister of Transport, Chibuike Amaechi.

“It is now obvious that the Federal Government of Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari has converted the commitment to peace and dialogue by the Elders, Royal fathers and Chiefs under the auspices of Chief Edwin Clark, and King Alfred Diete Spiff the Amayanabo town Brass to a circus.

“In one breath, the Presidency is issuing statement on a committee meeting under S.A. on Political Affairs in the Vice President’s office and in another, the Minister of Transport, Chibuike Amaechi, convening a meeting in Transcorp. Where does this circus place Ibe Kachikwu’s effort at bringing out notable Elders to commit themselves.

“No wonder the Spokesperson of our big brother, the Avengers, General Muduch Agbinibo refers it to, “a shameful scene in Nollywood acts.”

The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) recently condemned the bombing of the Bonny export line by Niger Delta Avengers (NDA).


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