We’re coming to destroy infrastructures in Abuja, Lagos – N’Delta militants

Obinwannem News We're coming to destroy infrastructures in Abuja, Lagos - N'Delta militants

Niger Delta militants under the backing of ‘Supreme Egbesu Liberation Fighters’ have threatened the federal government, revealing plans to carry out attacks on infrastructure in Lagos State and Abuja.

This was confirmed by members of the group, on a streamlined video broadcast, on Tuesday.

A statement read by one of the members, in grievance, condemned the Nigerian government for failure to implement the amnesty program in the region.

“There are no schools, no portable water, no light, no hospital and access roads for our people to enjoy till date”.

“Over the years, the Niger Delta people have made frantic efforts to create an enabling environment button our great dismay, the Nigerian government over the years has decided to handle the issues of the Niger Delta with kid gloves.

“They have betrayed the struggle and have left the people to their fate,” a member of the group reads from statement.

He also lamented that what (was) left was the military gun boat, and the massive presence of the military posing a serious threat to the safety of their people.

“Rather what is visible is the presence of military gun boat and the numerous military personnel dispersed to the Niger Delta who are killing, raping and maiming innocent people of the region”.

“Look at the security surveillance contract taking place in our region through the federal government. These agencies in place have decided to short change our people, now in our territorial waters. It is an Israeli company that is providing waterways security which we have competent hands with expert knowledge to handle”.

“Don’t worry, because we are coming to destroy all your infrastructure in Abuja and Lagos , as a group committed to giving total liberation to our people, we will destroy the oil facilities both onshore and offshore in no distance time, we will be seen crippling the Nigerian economy.”

Lolo Ijeoma Njoku reporting, Obinwannem News

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