Militants threaten to attack state Governors

JNDLF has also agreed to dialogue with the Federal Government.


This is coming after the which it ceded to Cameroon.

JNDLF, according to Vanguard, has agreed to dialogue with the Federal Government.

The militants’ commander for general duties, General Akotebe Darikoro said “We shall continue to engage in dialogue if our demands are met. Our representatives for the dialogue, especially the governors and others will not betray our demands with the federal government. Any betrayal on their own part shall be viewed as betrayal of the entire region and we shall go after them immediately as they know our mode of operation in which they will not escape from us.”

The that they are negotiating with the government.

Meanwhile, the BSF has also called on the NDA to stop bombing pipelines and give peace a chance.

The Ijaw community in the Gbaramatu kingdom has also called on the militants to stop bombing oil pipelines.

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