Niger Delta: New militant group emerges in Imo


The group’s spokesman, General Don Wannie, alleged that oil producing communities have nothing to show for years of providing for the nation.

The militant leader, also issued a statement saying “Oil companies started operation in our community since 1957, but up till date, we have nothing to show as benefit. For Imo State Government, we will make sure you make no further gains from Ohaji/Egbema.

“Since God’s creation, neither Imo State Government nor oil companies have remembered us. We have been neglected and abandoned. No electricity. No tarred roads. No drinking water. No hospital. No youth employment or empowerment. We shall destroy everything in Imo State that was built with our oil money

“We will let them know that the security which they claim to have is insufficient. So, they should go and hire more because we are coming to launch attack on them any moment from now.

“The group further warned that if the federal and state governments think “we are joking, we will shock them.”

NDRS also claimed responsibility for the attack on a Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) facility in Awarra-Ohaji/Egbema local council area of Imo State.

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