Niger Delta Avengers Advise Buhari: “Borrow A Leaf From British PM David Cameron”

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Niger Delta militant group, the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to visit the region and see what the host communities are going through in the hands of Nigeria government and the multinationals.

The group made the call in a statement signed by Brigadier General Moduch Agbinibo, on Saturday, June 25.

The statement reads:

“The Nigeria president Buhari should visit Ugborodo host to Chevron crude oil Export terminal/EGTL gas plant, Ogulagha host to Shell Forcados Crude Oil Export terminal/tank farm, Bonny Island host to Shell Bonny Crude Oil Export terminal/NLNG gas terminal, Brass host to Agip/ENI export terminal, Ibeno host to ExxonMobil Qua Iboe crude export terminal. These are just the export terminals not talking about the numerous oil and gas flowstations and the oil Wells that criss cross the length and breadth of the Niger delta.

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“Mr. President come and see for yourself what the host communities are going through in the hands of Nigeria government and the multinationals,” the statement read.

Following an increase in agitation for UK-style referendum on whether southern states should secede from the Nigerian Federation, the militants advised Buhari “to borrow a leaf from PM David Cameron”.

 

Meanwhile, President Buhari has send a strong plea to members of the militant group to stop the havoc on oil and gas pipeline in the country.

He noted that the economy was badly affected by the activities of the militants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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