Monday, 19 May 2014

MEND Claims Responsibility for NNPC Attack - Operation 'Hurricane Exodus'

"Hurricane Exodus"? Really? e don reach like that? Well, That's what a group of gun tottering millionaires and billionaires are calling a destructive campaign of sabotaging oil installations.  

MEND (Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta) released a statement claiming responsibility for the attack on the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Refinery Jetty pipelines in Okrika, Rivers State. Their reason for the attack and explanation of the term "Hurricane Exodus" goes thus;
"This attack is line with our on-going operation ‘Hurricane Exodus’, which was intended to bring down the entire refining facility. This facility was infiltrated by a few of our fighters with the aid of our internal agents within the NNPC contrary to speculations that the sabotage was carried out by “pipeline vandals and oil thieves”, which is a very convenient phrase used in shielding the truth from the public. 
Thorough investigations will reveal bomb fragments are the same used in the Warri Refinery explosion of Tuesday, 22 October, 2013. 
We will persist with our attacks on the Nigerian oil industry due to the inaction of President Goodluck Jonathan who continues to rely on an unsustainable and fraudulent Niger Delta Amnesty programme which is only a guise to line the pockets of Goodluck Jonathan, his wife Patience, Jonathan's cronies and members of the Amnesty Committee whose sudden wealth remains unchallenged by the Nigerian media. The entire Amnesty process is a fraud on the people of Nigeria who are being promised peace in the Niger Delta, in the absence of justice. 
‘Hurricane Exodus’ is still on course! 
Jomo Gbomo"
"Hurricane Exodus" might not be the best term to coin for their intentions, maybe "hurricane Justice". Exodus from where, Nigeria? If election results don't go president Jonathan's way? Na inside one chance Naija dey.

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