Saturday, June 25, 2016

Militants Threaten To Bomb Third Mainland Bridge, Bonga Oil field, Onitsha–Asaba Bridge

•Give FG July 2 to relocate headquarters of Chevron, Agip, others
•Refineries inclusive
NIGERIA'S delicate walk on the parlous precipice upped on Saturday as a new militant group, the Asawana Deadly Force of Niger Delta (ADFND) has vowed to bomb the Bonga Oil Field, Third Mainland Bridge and the Onitsha - Asaba bridge among others on the southern region.
The group said it would carry out its threat should the Federal Government refused to relocate headquarters of oil multinational such as Agip, Chevron and Shell to the Niger Delta region where they ply their trade.

Please Help Me Beg Militants, Buhari Tells APC Leaders.

President Muhammadu Buhari has asked leaders of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to help him pacify rampaging militants in the oil-rich Niger Delta.
Lamenting the effect of attacks on oil installations, the president said the country does not need such a distraction at this point in time.

He said the militants were in possession of sophisticated equipment, adding that unlike the Boko Haram sect which has one faction, the militants are in so many groups, suggesting that government has been having challenges relating with them.

Avengers Ask Buhari To Conduct Referendum On Nigeria

Militant group, the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA), has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to conduct a referendum to determine whether Nigerians want to remain as one or not.
The group posted the demand on their Twitter handle @NDAvengers Saturday afternoon, making reference to the historic exit of Great Britain from the European Union on Friday, through a referendum which has led to the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron.

WikiLeaks Teases Secrets to Blast Hillary Clinton's Presidential Campaign

To mark the four-year anniversary of his detention without charges, publisher Julian Assange has promised a “very big year ahead” for Wikileaks, and that much of his website’s revelations would center around presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Speaking on Thursday, via livestream during an event marking the fourth anniversary of his residence at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, Assange, who has been a fierce opponent of Clinton, expressed his belief that the former US Secretary of State will ramp up additional US military actions abroad.