Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Mend Attack Is Conspiracy Against The Amnesty Programme

7 February 2012

Written by John Idumange    

Before his inglorious exit, Mr. Timipre Marlin Sylva shared an undisclosed amount of money (about N8 billion), to four persons: two of them are LAW-MAKERS:  one from Nembe Constituency – a man who housed a deceased militant from Port Harcourt to kill former Deputy Governor Rt. Hon. Peremobowei Ebebi and another from Yenagoa Constituency – a man Sylva wanted to use to replace the Acting Governor; one a Special Adviser from Brass Area, and another Ex. Militant General from Southern Ijaw. Our informants said the two law makers and the sacked Security Adviser traveled to Dubai to hold a meeting.

The main agenda of the meeting was to fund those who were excluded from the Amnesty Programme to cause havoc by way of attacking oil platforms, installations and pipelines and then issue statements as though MEND was responsible. The most fundamental statement this group of miscreants would want to make is to create the impression that the Ijaws do not support President Jonathan. The same group complained bitterly on why the likes of the IYC President, Asari Dokubo and other former IYC Leaders were invited to the podium to make solidarity speeches when the President came to Bayelsa State. It is not surprising that the first attack was launched against AGIP facility in the BRASS AREA.  The next target according to our informant will be in Southern Ijaw – Ologbobiri area. The Acting Governor is now aware of this plot because he too was very lucky not to have been impeached before Sylva left office.

The plot is that a renegade group led by a former warlord in Rivers State (the members are now in Lagos) will work with these people to coordinate operations.

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