Ex militants warn group, declares support for Buhari

NDLF also condemned the actions of Joint Niger Delta Liberation Force (JNDLF), whom they referred to as a fake group.

Niger Delta Militants

NDLF also condemned the actions of Joint Niger Delta Liberation Force (JNDLF), whom they referred to as a fake group.

According to Sahara Reporters, NDLF former spokesman, Mark Anthony said “The leadership of the disbanded original NDLF has been receiving series of phone calls from both top security agencies, our family members and friends over the threats from the fake militant organization.

“We want to categorically warn Niger Delta Avengers not to create fake emails by sending threats to the federal government, posing as late John Togo boys in order to drag us into their selfish fight over lost contracts with the current Government.”

Adding that “We will support President Buhari just as we supported former President Jonathan.”

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