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Niger Delta leaders persuade Avengers to abort hostilities temporarily

Niger Delta leaders and stakeholders have persuaded the Niger Delta Avengers, NDA, to shelve their plan to recommence bombing of oil facilities in the Niger Delta region in the interim, to give the Federal Government more time to address the demands of the oil region.

Niger Delta leaders reach out to Niger Delta Avengers over planned attacks

A group of Niger Delta elders, under the aegis of Pan Niger Delta People’s Congress (PNDPC), has stablished contacts with the leadership the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) over the threat of renewed hostilities and bombing of oil facilities in the region.

Militants threaten hostilities, insists PANDEF can’t speak for Niger Delta

Rivers State Leader of PANDEF, a former Minister, Alabo Graham Douglas, on Monday, ahead the Forum’s fourth session in Port Harcourt, pleaded with youths and agitators in the region to be patient with the elders, saying the Federal Government was committed to the development of the region.

Niger Delta militants threaten to plunge Nigeria into another recession

The Reformed Niger Delta Avengers, RNDA, in coalition with nine other militant groups, last night vowed to plunge Nigeria into another economic recession if urgent steps were not taken to address issues facing the region.

Militants withdraw quit notice to Yorubas, northerners in Niger Delta

A coalition of Niger Delta militants on Friday, withdrew the quit notice issued to Northerners and Yorubas in the region.

PANDEF insist they’re Niger Delta’s authentic voice

The Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) led by Edwin Kiagbodo Clark yesterday responded to its alleged overthrow by a coalition of militants under the platform of Reformed Niger Delta Avengers (RNDA).

Clark-led PANDEF can’t negotiate for Niger Delta any more – militants

The coalition of Niger Delta militants has reaffirmed its position that the Chief Edwin Clark-led Pan Niger Delta Forum can no longer enter into negotiations with the Federal Government on behalf of the region.

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