Another activist gathering recognized as War Against Niger Delta Exploitation (WANDE) has warned to disturb the 2019 polls if its requests on the improvement of the Niger Delta locale were not met by the authority.
A report marked by its representative, ‘General’ Nomukeme, & delivered in Port Harcourt on Tuesday cautioned that the gathering would start threats should the administration of President Mohammadu Buhari neglect to demonstrate its duty to the development of the oil-bearing area.
The activist gathering’s 7-point report demonstrated that it chose to make its situation admitted after what it depicted as the Federal Government’s continued slavery of the general population of Niger Delta.
It noticed that the general population of the district were refuse the privilege to have an offer of their natural assets, however included that President Buhari would appreciate its (WANDE) backing in the event that he could demonstrate his organization’s obligation to Niger Delta advancement.
“WANDE will galvanise the support of all former and current agitators for you; President Muhammadu Buhari, if you can prove your administration’s commitment towards the development of the Niger Delta by implementing our demands as contained in this statement.”
“But failure to meet these demands simply translates to our commencement of hostilities. We will frustrate the conduct of the 2019 general elections across the country if the demands are handled with kid gloves.”
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The gathering, be that as it may, approached presidential aspirant in the approaching general poll to demonstrate to the general population of the area their plans for the advancement of the Niger Delta.
“This is because at the moment, no policy document of any of the candidates clearly shows a concrete plan for the development of the Niger Delta before any of them can get our support,” it stated.