The Niger Delta Avengers told the company not to carry out any form of repairs on the pipeline they destroyed.
The Niger Delta Avengers have issued a stern warning to multinational oil company- Agip, after allegedly blowing up their facility.
Apparently, the oil giant's technical team were trying to repair the offshore facility which the militants destroyed.
The Niger Delta Avengers, in a Tweet, titled: #Agip Don’t Dare Us, told the company not to carry out any form of repairs on the pipeline they destroyed.
This is coming on the heels of the bombing of the Shell Petroleum Development Community (SPDC) forcados 48" Exportline today, Friday, June 3, 2016 at 3 am.
The militants also claimed responsibility for the bombing of the Brass to Tebidaba Crude oil line in Bayelsa state today by 3:30am.
The group has vowed to unleash mayhem in the Niger Delta region until the Federal Government meets their demands.
They also condemned the killing of soldiers who were on duty in Delta state, promising families of the dead men to bring the culprits to book.
The Niger Delta Avengers also warned other ‘freedom fighters’ not to shed innocent blood in the pursuit of their agenda.
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