Avengers dare FG, say ‘your drones can’t stop us’

TOUGH-talking dreaded militant group, the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA), has said no amount of weapons of warfare deployed by the Federal Government will stop it from paralysing the oil-economy of the country in the Niger Delta region.
Avengers, a new militant group, which emerged early 2016, have held the oil-economy of the country by the jugular through the constant destruction of oil and gas facilities and installations all in the Niger Delta region to arm-twist the FG to yield to its demands.
The group, through its spokesperson, “Brig Gen “Mudoch Agbinibo, in a statement published in its website late Tuesday night, said the worst President Muhammadu Buhari could do was to commit genocide against the ordinary Niger Deltans, but the economy of the country would pay for it.
Alleging that the seeming delay tactics being employed by the FG to kick-start the much-awaited dialogue with militants in the region was to have ample time to import drones from Europe and the United States to tackle insurgency in the region, the group vowed that the country would not be able to export its crude oil any longer.
“Mr President, you can purchase all the drones in Europe and Untied States. It won’t stop the Niger Delta Avengers from bringing the country’s economy to zero.
The worse you can do is to kill poor innocent people which the military is good at but know that the Nigeria Economy will suffer,” the group threatened.
Speaking on the protracted peace talk, the statement further read that: “The NDA intelligence agency gathered that the said peace talk or dialogue by the Federal Government is a delay tactic employed by the Federal Government, to enable their purchased drones that are said to arrive by end of August from the United States.
This whole thing makes us to wonder what kind of country this is? We can all see that President Buhari led government is fraud.”
It accused the FG of “not serious about any dialogue and made it seems the Niger Delta Avengers are the ones not ready for dialogue.”
The group urged Buhari to step up his search for crude oil deposits in the North East, vowing that it won’t allow a litre of crude to leave the shores of the country any longer.
“Also note, you will not be able to export one litre of crude in the Niger Delta.
“Just intensify the oil exploration in the North East, as for the ones in the Niger Delta, forget about it because the Nigeria government won’t export a drop from our land,” the statement concluded.