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#EndSARS: Niger Delta militants spotted exercising ahead of planned attack
A video has surfaced indicating the renowned Niger Delta militants at the Riverine water shore undergoing paramilitary training ahead of warning issued to Nigeria government.
The militant groups under the aegis of Reformed Niger Delta Avengers, RNDA had threatened yesterday to restart hostility on major oil and gas facilities across the country.
In a statement by the groups’ spokesman, General Johnmark Ezonebi warned to confront the Nigerian military if target EndSARS peaceful protesters.
The retrieved viral clip shows several fiercely looking individuals with arms carrying out a paramilitary exercise in an undisclosed Greek.
The focused areas to unleashed attacks including Warri, Abuja, Port Harcourt, and Lagos on linking oil and gas pipelines belonging to Chevron and other multinational companies.
The video in circulation has given concern that Nigeria may yet experience another halt on the economy after the 12 days End SARS demonstration costs whopping millions of naira in the drain.
At the moment, major states have imposed a curfew to arrest the lingering movement which appears to degenerate into revolution following reprisal attacks by angry youths.
Yesterday, some men spotted in military outfit opened live bullet on protestors at the Lekki Tollgates’ Concession Company, recording an unannounced number of casualties.
If everything remains the same, the Youths in the Niger Delta may embark on the destruction of key economic facilities.