Niger delta militants have come up again after sometimes of been silent, they have threatened to attack Lagos state and Abuja and destroy both onshore and offshore oil facilities in a bid to shake the economy of the country. They said that the government have refused to meet the terms of their agreement after accepting the amnesty pact, the government have not provided any schools, no potable water, no light and no access roads these among others are the reasons they are threatening to attack.
The Niger delta militants group which is also called the supreme Egbesu liberation fighters, have accused the government of marginalizing their region and not and not fulfilling their promises which they made. The Niger delta militants might get really devastative this time and their threats might not be empty as viral videos of them have surfaced the internet with all manner of ammunitions.
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