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He warned President Muhammadu Buhari, not to take the threat by the Niger Delta Avengers to renew hostilities in the region, lightly.
The Prime Minister who gave the warning in a chat with Newsmen, in Warri, Delta State, said it was unfortunate that the government could not use the ceasefire period to implement the agreement reached with Leaders and Stakeholders of the region.
His words: “The Federal Government should sit up. Niger Delta Avengers are not like Nnamdi Kanu. They do not talk, they strike.
“From November 1 to November 4, it is one year and two days when PANDEF after securing the 90 days cease-fire, presented 16 points agenda for a cease-fire.
“As at today, nothing has been touched in the 16 points agenda. Why would they not be angry? But they should sheath their sword and give the government some chance.
“Perhaps this threat will wake the Federal Government from her slumber. All of us know that NDA are not laptop freedom fighters, they are really true Niger Delta agitators. So their threat should be taken seriously; they are spread all over the region.
“This is November, the Maritime University that the Nigerian Government promised to take off in September is yet to take off. The N2 billion that the Vice President said that has been set aside, has not come. I called the Vice-Chancellor, she told me nothing has hit the account.
“The Federal Government must address the issues presented by PANDEF. The only way to overcome all these, is true federalism. You can see how it was treated with kid gloves in the National Assembly, it was dead on arrival. It means that nobody is thinking about the development of the Niger Delta.
“When the President was talking about those who will benefit more from him where those that voted for him more, we were not serious with it until he went international by directing World Bank to focus on the North; it is really a shame.
“But we still have to plead for the NDA to sheath their swords. We cannot pluck our eyes out just, because we do not want to see someone, or because the Federal Government is behaving abnormally.”