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MEND threatens synchronized bombing in Abuja, Lagos, N-Delta

By Emma Amaize
ASABA –  The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (M.E.N.D), announced, Monday, that it would  soon commence  simultaneous bomb blasts and attacks on oil installations in the Niger Delta and other strategic locations in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja and Lagos state.

“Due to our commitment to avert avoidable loss of lives, advance warnings for immediate evacuation as previously will be issued and a final warning thirty (30) minutes prior to the blasts, after which will follow a statement of claim in line with our modus operandi’, the militant group said in an electronic mail message by its spokesman, Jomo Gbomo, to media houses.

His words, “The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (M.E.N.D) advises the general public in the strongest of terms, to stay clear from all political gatherings or meetings of any sort”.

“It should be recalled in our last Independence Day bomb blast that it was due to the callousness of the Nigerian security services and ignorance of the general public that led to the fatality.

“Again, anyone who chooses to ignore this warning does so at their own peril as the aftermath of these blasts will be catastrophic”, the group stated.

According to it, “The government of Goodluck Jonathan has shown its unwillingness to address the key issues of the Niger Delta but chosen instead, to continue doling out bribes to thugs and plunder the resources of the Niger Delta into his presidential campaign while deceiving the world and Nigerians that there is peace in the Niger Delta”.

“Our revolution like our fellow brothers in Northern Africa will start with the crippling of the Nigerian oil industry to flush out all Western oil companies operating in the Niger Delta region and the simultaneous bomb blasts never anticipated in the history of this country.

“The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta salutes the courage and dedication of its fighters who have against all odds persisted in the fight for justice”, the group added


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