Militants deny meeting with Kachikwu in Delta

The militants were reported to have met with Kachikwu on Wednesday, June 15, 2016, for negotiations in a bid to end the crisis in the Niger Delta.

Niger Delta Militants

NDA denied the reports via a statement released on its Twitter handle today, June 17.

The statement reads:

According to Sahara Reporters, Niger Delta Avengers and the Nigerian Government, had a meeting in Asaba, Delta state, to dialogue.

We want to say it’s a lie, and anybody parading themselves as Niger Delta Avengers, NDA, representatives, are political jobbers.

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