Another Niger Delta Group Emerges, Exposes Members Of NDAvengers


A group identified as Voice Delta took to its Twitter handle @MangroveDelta, to oppose the intended plan by the federal government to negotiate with the Niger Delta Avengers.

In their long tweets, the group disclosed that the Niger Delta Avengers is a criminal gang used as front by Mr. Government Ekpemupolo, also known as Tompolo, to blackmail the FG, adding that Tompolo who is currently on the run over his involvement in the N47.7 billion NIMASA fraud, is the brain behind the activities of the Niger Delta Avengers.

In addition, The Voice Delta group promised to expose the structure of the Niger Delta Avengers, claiming that one Benji Ekeremor is in charge of Warri Axis, and was the leader of the group who carried out the attack that claimed the lives of some soldiers recently in Warri, Delta state.

The faceless group also claimed that the Avengers were planning to attack the EA field (Sea Eagle) operated by Shell btw Penington & Dodo river in Bayelsa state.

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However, Voice Delta called on the federal government and Nigerians not to be intimidated by Tompolo and his ‘co travelers’.

Read the twits by the group below:

Voice Delta
New Faceless Pro- Government Niger Delta Group, Voice Delta Emerges.

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Meanwhile, the Niger Delta Avengers have refused pleas to stop the destruction of oil pipelines in the region, the most recent of which was the bombing of an Agip Oil pipeline.

The resurgent militant group which has so far claimed responsibility for recent pipeline attacks took to its tweeter handle; @NDAvengers said the incident occurred at about 3:00 a.m. this morning.

The upsurge in unrest has reduced Nigeria’s output to 1.6 million barrels per day, well below the budgeted-for 2.2 million bpd. That has heaped further pressure on government revenues already hit by the global fall in crude prices since mid-2014.

The NDAvengers, which says it is seeking a fairer share of Nigeria’s oil wealth for the Niger delta people and self-determination for the region, has rejected a government truce to end the violence.