N-Delta militants to resume fresh attacks Sept 31

By Emma Amaize & Levinus Nwabughiogu
YENAGOA—NIGER DELTA Revolutionary Crusaders, NDRC, one of the militant groups that asked the Pan-Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF, led by  Chief Edwin Clark, to stop all engagements with the Federal Government, has announced that it will commence fresh attacks on oil facilities across the Niger Delta on September 31.
This came as a coalition of Niger Delta agitators has expressed disappointment in the leadership of PANDEF, saying it had failed the agitators in the negotiation with the Federal Government to achieve acceptable level of social and economic prosperity for the region.
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