Militant Group Threatens Oil-Firms Over Pipelines
Militant group, Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate, NDGJM, has warned Oil Companies against the planned re-opening of the Trans-Forcados pipeline in Delta State. The group, which rejected ceasefire said failure to heed will lead to consequences.
Spokesman of the group, Gen Aldo Agbalaja, revealed this in a statement released yesterday.
“We are aware you are experts at testing wills, especially as you believe that you have a military shield. Please, go ahead and restart the facility, and see what will happen. Enough said.”
“The Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate, NDGJM, has not been deterred from meting out justice to the abusers and pillagers of our people and our natural assets. We shall execute this ongoing campaign until last vestige of our enemies (the heartless, conniving oil and gas companies and their criminal partners, the military) have been vanquished and evacuated from our land. This can only be halted if these leeches listen to the voice of reason and seek to do right by (sic) our people and do so by taking the right steps.”
Militant Group Rejects FG Dialogue
The group warned the Federal Government against the proposed meeting with the region’s stakeholders. It called the participants impersonators. It said the Federal Government could not rightly claim it wanted to meet with people of the region, if it invites persons of doubtful character, associated with “our long history of neglect and impoverishment.”
“Greenland opposes Buhari’s meeting with PNDF. We thought we should continue to ignore the grand error being orchestrated by those who are responsible for the current parlous state of our region. These people seem to have succeeded in bewitching and railroaded the federal government into settling for a dialogue with them, in the name of the Niger Delta people.”
The NDGJM said the people could raise young, sincere, grassroots persons, free of corruption and scandals. It promised it would soon release the names of credible leaders and traditional rulers who would represent the region in negotiations, “not pocket money seeking politicians looking for relevance in Buhari’s administration.”