Sunday, 5 June 2016

We will not Kill or Kidnap anybody so as not to provoke Gods anger - Niger Delta Avengers

The Deadly Militant Group in the Niger Delta, popularly called, the Niger Delta Avengers, has reinstate their promise, on not to kill anybody or kidnap any oil staff in the region.

The group also warned any militant groups in the region to stay way from killing soldier and innocent people in the Region all in the name of of freedom fighters as not to offend Gods in their mission to 'Liberate the people of the Region'.
The group also tell the public to be at alert with does who are carrying themselver as their representative or Spokespersons for the Group (Niger Delta Avengers).
Niger Delta Avengers in a statement signed by its Spokesperson, Brig. Gen. Mudoch Agbinibo and sent it to our team, (GutsyNaija), urged the groups "to be Strong and Gutsy as it is obvious that God is on our side". Brig. Gen. Mudoch also condemned the recent killing of some soldiers and oil workers in the Region, he also added that the heavy military present in the region would not tempt it to kill in order not to derail from its agenda.
It stated, “The avengers are calling on all groups in the region to be strong and resolute as it is obvious that God is on our side.
“The high command of the avengers is calling on all not to attack any soldier and those claiming to have anti-aircraft missiles should desist from targeting any aircraft. Let us be careful not to offend God in the process of trying to liberate our people from the shackles of the Nigerian government because we need God more than anything now.’’ GutsyNaija Laments.
The statement also indicated that since the military warplanes hovering over towns and villages in the region had not destroyed any property or killed anybody, militants groups with ‘anti-aircraft missiles should dry their gunpowder.’
“When it is time to engage the military in a combat, the whole world will know they started the war and not the avengers,’’ the statement added.
Meanwhile, at least one person was killed and many injured in renewed hostilities between Aladja and Ogbe-Ijoh communities in Delta State Nigeria over a lingering boundary dispute.
The dead person was said to be indigene of Aladja.
While Aladja is a community in Udu Local Council Area, Ogbe-Ijoh is the headquarters of Warri South-West.
Many residents, especially women and children, fled to neigbouring communities for safety, sources told GutsyNaija on Saturday.
The Secretary, Ogbe-Ijoh Warri Governing Council, Aaron Oweizi-Ebiye, told journalists on Saturday that the incident was caused by youths from Aladja community who he accused of invading Ogbe-Ijoh community.
Reacting, Chairman, Aladja Governing Council, Dogene Elias, faulted Oweizi-Ebiye’s claim, saying Ogbe-Ijoh youths started attacking the community on Wednesday.
Last week, the state governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, inaugurated an eight-man panel of inquiry to find a solution to the lingering land dispute between the two communities, and they are yet to give the report of the events.