There is a warning from the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) to President Muhammadu Buhari, that if he should rig the election and get his way back to office by all means, Nigeria’s economy will be affected again.
The spokesman of the Avengers, Brig Gen Mudoch Agbinibowho, said Nigeria should be ready for another recession if President Muhammadu Buhari insists on ruling the people once again.
“As a warning and closing note; we want to resound it to members of the International Community, multinational corporations and subsidiaries’ operatives to withdraw their workforce and services from Niger Delta within the period of this elections,” said by Avengers.
He continue by saying: “We are in charge of the struggle now and our strike teams are active and gallantly waiting to receive instructions from the high command to cripple the Nigerian economy again if Buhari is rigged back to office. And this time, it will be a perpetual recession for Nigeria, as we shall not relent until oil stops to flow in the pipes that braces our feet in our land.”
“We are adopting Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, as the sole candidate to be voted for by all the people of the Niger Delta as a result of his political ideology, which is in tandem with our agitation for equitable and fair principles of federalism.
“The high command is convinced that when elected come February 16th, 2019, the government of Alhaji (Dr) Atiku Abubakar will not only restructure Nigeria, but will reverse the inimical ownership rights to natural resources alongside promises that falls within the basis upon which we declared” ‘Operations Red Economy’ against the evil government of Nigeria.
Alhaji Abubakar was advised that when elected into office, the cardinal demands of restructuring of Nigeria should kick start within six (6) months to forestall further agitation from the Niger Delta,” Avengers said.
Avengers said in its statement that, the warning to the multinational corporations was an alert for them “not to be casualties to the ongoing securitisation and provocation in the Niger Delta by the Nigerian military command.”