Some Niger Delta Militants have drawn a battle line with Fulani terrorists, who threatened to invade and bomb Agbor and Asaba, the Delta state capital. The group of the militants known as the Movement for the Emancipation and the Defence of the Niger Delta said it won’t hesitate to launch a disastrous reprisal on the Fulani group.
EveryEvery.ng gathered that the Fulanis of Usman Dan Fodio Leadership had claimed responsibility for the fire incident at the Federal Secretariat complex in Asaba.
Also, the Fulanis threatened to bomb the state capital, Asaba and Agbor, headquarters of Ika South Local Government Area of the state.
The jihadist group also gave Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa seventy-two hours to withdraw his stance on the ban of open grazing, which Southern governors collectively supported during a meeting in Asaba.
Niger Delta Militants
In reaction to the threat by the Fulani group, the militants vowed to launch reprisals that are ten times as disastrous as any attack that comes from the so-called Fulani Jihadists.
The militants further stated that no Fulani will ever exist across the Niger Delta region and vowed to bring down all oil facilities linked to a Fulani if the Jihadist group carry out the plan to bomb the Delta State capital.
However, the militants vowed to launch three rocket and ballistic missiles at any facility of their choice as a warning in seven days if the jihadists carry out their plans.
Meanwhile, Ari Muhammed Ali, the Delta state police commissioner, has assured that police officers in the state would forestall such an occurrence.