The Joint Niger Delta Liberation Force (JNDLF), said on Monday that it will carry not the threat to fire missiles to down planes, vowing that it would hit “all those infrastructures that were built with our oil and gas monies in this country”.
It had threaten last Friday to deplore missiles to bring down planes that flew across Niger Delta as from June 7.
According to the group, among places it has targeted include the Presidential Villa, government ministries, Parliament, the state-run oil firm and the Central Bank in Abuja, plus the offices of oil majors and the military.
“We will make (the) Federal Government and oil companies suffer as they have made the people of the Niger Delta region suffer over the years from environmental degradation and environmental pollution,” the JNDLF’s “Joint Revolutionary Council” said.
“We shall fire these missiles’ simultaneously at the night, as this will enable every Nigerians to see the movement of the missiles and equally to believe us of our seriousness attached to the final breakup as predicted by the United States of America (USA).”
General Akotebe Darikoro, Commander, General Duties, General Torunanaowei Latei, Creeks Network Coordinator, General Agbakakuro Owei-Tauro, Pipelines Bleeding Expert and General Pulokiri Ebiladei, Intelligence Bureau of JNDLF, made the claim in a statement.
JNDLF asserted: “In our final meeting it was resolved that the Nigerian Communication Satellite Orbit should be shut down so that it will avoid the cause of electronic radiation to human lives.”
“Also, the followings occupants of these buildings should as a matter of urgency vacate them immediately in their own interest to save their lives because our fight any human blood, but to destroy all those infrastructures that were built with our oil and gas monies in this country.
“We will make Federal Government and oil companies to suffer as they have made the people of Niger Delta region suffers over the years from environmental degradation, and environmental pollution.
“They include: State House Villa, Abuja, Defence Headquarters, DSS Headquarters, National Assembly, NNPC Towers, Central Bank of Nigeria, Supreme Court/Appeal Court, Agip Heaquarters, Abuja, Shell Headquarters, Lagos, Chevron Headqurters, Lagos, Exxon Mobil, Lagos, NLNG, Lagos and Abuja Offices, Kaduna Refinery and all military formations in Abuja, Lagos, Kaduna and Benue.
“We equally advise the Diplomatic Community to be neutral on this issue as wrong comments against us will be seen as saboteurs. Where they are staying presently will not be affected which is not part of our targeted areas of destruction in the country,” the group said.