Niger Delta: Militant group rejects Edwin Clark’s leadership

Niger Delta militants

The Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate (NDGJM) has rejected the leadership of Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark, while also warning against the re-opening of the Trans-Forcados Pipeline (TPF).

The group said this in a statement signed by its spokesperson, self-styled General Aldo Agbalaja.

NDGJM dared oil companies to re-open the Trans-Forcados Pipeline, stating that they will keep secret what will happen.

“We do not have much to say to the oil companies than to just dare you to reopen the Trans-Forcados Pipeline. We are aware you are experts at testing wills, especially as you believe that you have a military shield. Please go ahead with the restart the facility and see what will happen. Enough said,” warned the NDGJM.

The group also accused Chief Edwin Clark of pursuing his own personal interest while feigning negotiations on behalf of the Niger Delta.

“By the time an agreement is reached with this so-called Pan-Niger Delta Dialogue Team, Chief E.K Clark’s new conduit, the current disaffection in the region will remain because the old man has his model of doing things, which ultimately sidelines the people of the region and satisfy the greed of a few,” the group said.

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