NDGJM strikes again; blow up NPDC delivery line in Delta

By Onitsha Shedrack, —– Delta ——- October 16th, 2016 ———-
The Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate (NDGJM) yesterday blew up another the Quality Control Centre (QCC) delivery line at Oviri-Ogor belonging to NPDC/Shoreline Resources, in Ughelli, Delta State at about 2300hour.Militant

In a statement sent to ADVOCATE via Email, the group spokesperson, ‘Gen.’ Aldo Agbalaja stated that in furtherance of the “Operation Hammurabi Code,” recently launched, “the Akuma Strike Team, at about 2300hour of Friday, October 14, 2016, bombed the Oviri-Ogor Delivery line to the QCC in Ughelli.

According to him, he noted that the strike is to send a strong warning not only to Shoreline and NPDC, the cooperators of this facility, “but to all of you who own facilities in the upland area of our land and still believe in the arms of flesh.


“This shall be the state of affairs until all of you adjust to taking our land and the lives of our people seriously. The Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate is not kidding with anybody and anybody should not think this is just one of those coming around to beg for a morsel of bread. Start a real and genuine engagement of real grassrooted leaders from the region, not the divide-and-rule pattern, and this campaign shall cease.


“We, however, want to serve a warning to the Nigerian armed forces, don’t want to use this to start going after innocent community people. If you come in contact with us, it will not be a case of arrest, but a test of arms strength; such an encounter will undoubtedly result to a fight, so be warned.


It will be recalled that the group on Thursday threatened more attacks after they brought down the Iwhremaro to the (QCC) delivery line to signal the commencement of what they termed “Operation Hammurabi Code.”




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