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BREAKING NEWS: Militants blow up Shell and Agip pipelines

By News Express on 28/05/2016

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Barely hours after they told people to “Watch out something big is about to happen and it will shock the whole world”, the Niger Delta Avengers have announced a double strike targeted at oil giants Shell and Agip.

A tweet around 6:30 this morning from the militant group’s official Twitter handle Niger Delta Avengers ‏@NDAvengers announced: “At About 2;15am on Saturday the @NDAvengers  blow up Nembe 1, 2 and 3 Brass to Bonny Trunk Line belonging to Agip and Shell.”

As reported by News Express earlier this morning, the militant group, which has mounted a bombing campaign against oil pipelines, on Friday threatened “something big” even as they wished Nigerian youngsters a Happy Children’s Day.

Source News Express

Posted 28/05/2016 07:36:28 AM





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