EX-AGITATORS THREATEN TO BLOW UP PIPELINE IN DELTA COMMUNITY
By Gabriel Elozino
The pipeline surveillance contract awarded to former militant leader Government Ekpemupolo also known as Tompolo has continued to generate tension in the Niger Delta region.
This is coming few weeks after another ex-militant leader Asari Dokubo threatened not to allow Tompolo access to his Kalabari kingdom in Rivers state.
The group who called themselves aggrieved ex-agitators spoke to newsmen in a remote village in one of the Isoko kingdoms in Delta state.
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They disclosed that they are ex-agitators from the oil mining lease OML 28 and 30 clusters 5 and 6 from different Delta communities of Isoko, and are calling for inclusion in the ongoing pipeline surveillance contract awarded to former militant leader Government Ekpemupolo alias Tompolo.
The leader of the group simply identified as General Do-Good and his foot soldiers issued a twenty-four-hour ultimatum to address the issue starting from Monday 10TH October, threatening they will have no option but to blow-up pipelines in their communities.
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