NDA says it fights to end disenfranchisement of Delta’s poor communities and get greater oil revenue shares.
By Ludovica Iaccino
A militant group in Nigeria’s oil-rich Niger Delta area has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack at an oil pipeline. The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) said they bombed a Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL, offshore Export Pipeline at Escravos, in the Delta State, at about 3.45 am on 25 October.
“This action is to further warn all IOCs [International Oil Companies] that when we warn that there should be no repairs pending negotiation/dialogue with the people of the Niger Delta, it means there should be no repairs,” the group said in a statement.
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