Niger Delta Militants Join Biafra Agitators, Drop Bombshells..

A new militant group has threatened to fight with Biafra agitators against Nigeria.

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The group Adaka Boro Avenger (ABA) described Nigeria as a failed stated.

The militants said it will join effort with the agitators to fight Nigeria with chemical weapons and missiles.

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The ABA in a statement signed by its spokesperson Edmos Ayayeibo called on the Pan-Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) led by an elder statesman Edwin Clark to stay away from all issue concerning the Niger Delta region.

The group said the call for the rearrest of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Nnamdi Kanu by Arewa youths and some northern groups is laughable.

ABA said there would be severe implications if Kanu is rearrested by the Nigerian government.

Ayayeibo said: “That is not possible and the Nigerian government will never dare it again.

“The Federal Government does not recognize you people (Ijaw leaders); and we will no longer listen to you. We thank you for your efforts, especially to Papa E. K. Clark, King Alfred Diete-Spiff and Victor Attah,” Ayayeibo said.

He further warned on the federal government not to make attempts to fight ABA as there would be rehabilitation by the Niger Deltans.

“To the Federal Government of Nigeria don’t try to fight us, because it is totally a missile and chemical war. We have joined hands with Biafra and other foreigners,” he said.

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It was earlier reported that the director of Voice of Nigeria Osita Okechukwu said the security operatives failed to rearrest Kanu to maintain sanity across Nigeria.

Okechukwu also said Kanu rearrest could lead to a growing agitation from the people in the South-East and South-South region.

He also said that it is for the same reason that security operatives were yet to arrest the Northern groups that issued quit notice to the Igbos living in the North.

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