Buhari govt corrupt, shouldn’t be trusted – Militants


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Ovie Okpare, Warri

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
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.
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
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
“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.”


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