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#EndSARS: Niger Delta militants resume hostility, lists targeted facilities for attack
Niger Delta militants have scheduled to yet attack multinational companies in Nigeria following delayed compliance to demands of protesting youths by the federal government; including release and implementation of the 10,000 pipeline surveillance security contract job host communities.
Speaking in a communique with Vanguard, the groups under the aegis of Reformed Niger Delta Avengers, RNDA said they are ready to attack oil and gas equipments in the region.
The group through its spokesman, General Johnmark Ezonebi, also called Obama, warned revoking the peace agreement with the government to confront Nigeria’s military.
The communique noted that it has directed its striking force unit commanders among nine militant groups to be alert and vigilant.
Listing focused pipelines, Ezonebi said Escravos-Warri-Kaduna, Chevron Valve Platform located at Abiteye in Warri, Shell underwater Forcardos 48-inch export pipeline connecting River Ramos Creek and Escravos trans Lagos pipeline which connects Warri to Lagos.
It also threatened to cut off electricity feedback pipelines of Chevron at Escravos Tank Farm at Ciera Creek and the group’s major oil-producing well at Dibi in Delta state.
Included also is the Bunny Nembe Creek trunk pipeline located at Bonny Export Terminal line. Read full