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Niger Delta conflict resumes as MEND strikes AGIP Oil pipeline.

MEND warns of “Dark days ahead”
MEND (The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger
Delta) has issued a press release describing new plans to
attack oil infrastructures in the Niger Delta.
The statement also detailed plans by MEND to attack South
African investments as MEND claims the South African
leader, Jacob Zuma is interfering in their Niger Delta struggle.

On Saturday the 4th of February at 1930hrs, fighters of
the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta
(M.E .N.D ) attacked and destroyed the Agip trunk line at
brass in Bayelsa State in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.
This relatively insignificant attack is a reminder of our
presence in the creeks of the Niger Delta and a sign of things
to come.
We have constantly warned Nigerians about Goodluck
Jonathan and his train of idiots running Nigeria. Events of the
last few months have vindicated our position on the inability
of this moron to lead Nigeria anywhere but downwards.
Rather than address serious issues facing the nation and its
citizens, Goodluck Jonathan squanders public funds on
tribalistic sycophants and thugs calling themselves ex-
Nigerians should disregard the idle threats and ranting of
imaginary militant groups and other hired “Jonathan praise
singers”. Besides empty talk, they are unable to help
Jonathan in any way. In fact most so called ex-militants are
hiding in Abuja or Lagos, not venturing near their villages in
the Niger Delta.
Our silence thus far, has been strategic and at the right time,
we will reduce Nigerian oil production to zero and drive off
our land, thieving oil companies. British petroleum is prepared
to pay $25 billion compensation for the Gulf of Mexico oil
spillage, yet for worse spillages in the Niger Delta; our people
are paid with death at the hands of the Nigerian military.
In the dark days to come, MTN, SACOIL, and other South
African investments will pay a heavy price for the
interference of Jacob Zuma in the legitimate fight for justice
in the Niger Delta, by its people. The South African President
has reduced himself to the position of a hired thug for
Goodluck Jonathan.
The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta
(M.E .N.D) understands the negative impact our assault on the
Nigerian oil industry will have on the ordinary citizen in a
country which relies almost entirely on one source of
Unfortunately, the extremely irresponsible, floundering
government of Nigeria is more concerned with enriching
themselves and family members than attending to the
problems of the Niger Delta and the continuously depreciating
standard of living of the ordinary Nigerian.

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