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Tompolo: We Will Help Divide Nigeria, Niger Delta Militants Warn Buhari

Twelve Niger Delta militants known as ex agitators recently met over the issue
By The Nigerian Voice
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Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC invitation to one of their

leaders and warned of a dire consequences should the Government continue

to harass Chief Government Ekpemupolo alias Tompolo.

The Ex-militants who boast of having arms and ammunitions more than the

entire Nigerian Arm forces said they would help in disintegrating Nigeria.

In a press statement which was signed by a foremost militant Gen. Egbesu

Mightier Fraternity, the group warned the Federal Government will ‘get

what they want’ should they continue to toe the path of harassing their

leaders.
They issued a cease and desist order threatening Nigeria’s strategic oil

interests and hinting that any attacks on Oil facilities will make things

worse for Nigeria in the light of the recent decline in oil prices.

“With oil prices slipping below 40 dollars a barrel, if the government of

President Buhari is willing, we will help to reduce its price of barrel to

15 dollars.
Nigeria will collapse under the watch of All Progressive Congress (APC)

and President Muhammadu Buhari as we will do everything necessary to

actualize the American prediction“.
“The silence in the region is a legacy of former President Umaru Musa

Yar’Adua should not be thrown away on the altar of vindictiveness. The

government should thread with caution and wisdom by ensuring that anything

capable of provoking anger in the region is avoided or else every region

shall maintain their respective resources because the money belongs to the

people of the region and not APC and Buhari government“.

It will be recalled that Gas line from Olero creeks to Escravos were hit.

The main crude line from Makaraba through Otunana, Abiteye and others were

also reportedly put out of operation by the hoodlums.

Chevron Nigeria Limited and other oil companies in the riverside areas of

Delta state are shutting down their operations on Saturday after another

wanton destruction of oil facilities crippled a large portion of

production.
Although Ekpemupolo (aka Tompolo) denied responsibility for the earlier

attack on Friday morning, source in the area and security operatives

believe that he is masterminding the attacks.
The attack started hours after an arrest order was issued on him by a

Federal High Court.