The Nigeria military says it supports the talks between the federal government and Niger Delta militants, but it will not relent in making criminals “regret the consequences of their evil action”.
Rabe Abubakar, defence spokesman, said this in a statement on Tuesday.
There have been attacks on oil installations in the Niger Delta despite a truce between the government and some militant groups.
In an obvious response to this, Abubakar assured citizens that the military was capable of defending them and critical infrastructure.
President of Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), Chief Obasi Lawson yesterday described militants in the Niger Delta blowing up crude oil pipelines as wicked and evil.
The IPMAN president who spoke at a press briefing in Abuja, warned the Niger Delta terrorists to come to the dialogue table or risk military action to curtail their activities in the creeks.
“The continous destruction of pipelines by these militants, is an act of wickedness. It is evil. They are trying to shut […]