Metro Militant Group Warns Niger Delta Leaders Against Collecting Money From the Presidency



A Niger Delta Militant group, the Adaka Boro Avengers has warned elders in the region to stop collecting stipends from the Presidency.

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SUN Newspaper reports that the warning was contained in a statement issued by spokesperson of the militant group, General Edmos Doukumor. The group said, “We want to use this medium to call on those leaders who are using the Niger Delta struggle to collect stipends from the Presidency to desist from it. We are also aware of the recent statement from the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA). We respect you, our brothers in the NDA, in the struggle and we aware that we are all fighting for the freedom of the region.

“We plead with you guys to stay calm while our representatives are having talks with the Presidency.”

“We want to use this medium to thank the Minister of Petroleum, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu for his efforts in curbing the hostilities in the region. We are aware of your developmental plans for the region. We also use this opportunity to thank Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF), especially Chief Edwin Clark, leader of the group; we are seeing your efforts in bringing lasting solution to the Niger Delta region.