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Buhari government corrupt, shouldn’t be trusted – Niger Delta militants

A militant group, the Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate, on Monday said it would not join in the ceasefire declared by other militant groups in the Niger Delta owing to the alleged insincerity of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government.


The militant group also alleged that the current Federal Government was too corrupt to be trusted, threatening that attacks on oil facilities would continue until the government and oil firms operating in the region turn from their ‘oppressive tendencies’ against the people.

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The spokesman for the militant group, Aldo Agbalaja, in a statement issued on Monday asked the multinational oil companies and the military “to watch out for the next big statement. It shall shake your imaginations.”

The statement also condemned another militant group, the Niger Delta Avengers, for being too quick to have announced a ceasefire with the government.

The statement added, “The chickens seem to be coming home to roost now. The truth is dawning on the blacklegs that are working to short-change their people will always backfire. When the Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate said we were out to engage the oppressors to the last, some snickered and bluffed, their indignation became most annoying when those pretenders called Avengers gave life to our prediction and announced a ceasefire. Now they are all coming back to the basics; falling back in line after seeing, first hand, that we have been right all along about the Nigerian Federal Government; it is a corrupt system that should never be trusted.

“However, we are using this medium to warn the Nigerian Armed Forces to properly advise their leadership; militarisation of our region can only lead to an avoidable armed confrontation and if this happens, we swear by the gods and ancestors of our land, we shall ensure it is a long and tedious campaign that the Nigerian state will forever regret.”

The Niger Delta Greenland Justice mandate further threatened to launch what it termed ‘Operation Hammurabi Code’, adding, “Until we see a sincere and genuine step towards a just and equitable mending of the injustices of all the years past done to our people, this war shall persist and we can guarantee that they cannot win this one, even if they get all the world’s arsenal assembled behind them.

“Operation Crocodile Tears is the mildest of what the world should expect from us, by the time we initiate the phase II and get started with ‘Operation Hammurabi Code’ only God knows what will then become of these plains called Nigeria.”

8 Comments on Buhari government corrupt, shouldn’t be trusted – Niger Delta militants

  1. May be you are right


  2. nice one, but we still except more. pls stop hunger…


  3. The guy may be right trust nobody


  4. Everyone is aware now that the only way to escape anti-corruption fierce is to hide in APC. Daily, irrespective of the crash of the party in failure principles, people are joining the party on the papers. As far as this government is concerned, to exist in PDP is to be quarantined for corruption offences. What they are fighting is ‘quarasion’ and not corruption.


  5. Can someone please explain to me why the citizens and communities of the Niger Delta cannot exploit their resources and pay taxes to the federal and state governments? Why can’t these people be allowed to lease out their lands to companies of their choice and receive royalties? Must a Fulani or Yoruba or Igbo or other outsider collect these royalties and give them 13%? What have these communities done to be dispossessed?


  6. Dis is just a dream dat will never come to pass


  7. When military land , you will eat your words


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