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Militants Allege That Army Officers Contacted Them On Plot To Topple Buhari

Joint Niger Delta Liberation Force, NDLF, yesterday, alleged that some top Army officers planning to overthrow President Muhammadu Buhari goverment had approached Niger- Delta militants to continue bombing oil installations to give pretext and justification for a coup against him.

The militant group in a statement by the Commander, General Duties, Joint Revolutionary Council, JRC, of JNDLF, General Akotebe Darikoro and others,  said: “We are constrained  to let the cat out of the bag today that President Buhari should be wary about the security of this country as some military men are making moves to remove him from power by instigating civil unrest in the country.

“Some top military men through their civil agents approached us to cause and continue the vandalization of oil and gas pipelines in the Niger Delta region to serve as an excuse to take over the government from democracy to military rule in the country.

“Since some military men want to use various agitations in the country and the President’s probing of the military, which they said exposes the respected uniformed personnel to disrepute and ridicule before the civilian populaces as an excuse to strike.

“We received several calls from unknown persons to persuade us to continue the bombing and that when they succeed in overthrowing the government,  we will be in a better position. “We  said capital no, when asked of their names,  they said they are above Major General level. They refused to disclose their names but their intonation seemed like Yoruba and Hausa.

 

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