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Moni sues for unity among ex-war lords in N/Delta

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Comrade Ebis Moni (Chairman Meinbutus organization)

 

* says Tompolo’s pipeline surveillance is beneficial to both FG, N/Delta

By Cletus Opukeme, Warri

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The pioneer Meinbutu, defunct armed group in Niger Delta, comrade Ebis Moni has urged Asari Dokubo, HRM, Ateke Tom, High Chief Government Ekpemupolo and others to work together in peace, unity for the progress and development of Niger Delta

Comrade Ebis Moni disclosed on Monday during an exclusive interview with Daily Watch in Warri, said “The leadership of the Niger Delta struggle should work together in peace, unity and love to move the ijaw nation forward. I call on Asari Dokubo, His Hoyal Majesty, Ateke, Asite, Tompolo and others to see themselves as brother pursuing one goal,that is Ijaw first. That was what brought all of us to the Niger Delta agitator. Now, selfish ambition is tearing the struggle apart.

” The Niger Delta struggle is not over as we have not seen the development that made the Ijaw youths to carry arms against the state and several of our brothers died in the struggle.”

He said ” The Tompolo’s pipeline surveillance is beneficial to both federal government and Niger Delta region. All the leaders in the Niger Delta struggle were carried along. Tantita saved the environment continuously polluted as well as provided job for the jobless youths in the region.

Comrade Ebis accused politicians in Niger Delta using some of the leaders to create feud among the ex-war lords in Niger Delta region.

According to him, “There is no reason for any feud among the leaders of the Ijaw struggle. The Tantita has done well as the proceeds were evenly distributed among all tribes of the Niger Delta region. Tantita increased oil daily production and created more income for the federal government”

He however, urged President Bola Tinubu to speedily re-award the Tantita surveillance job to allow the private security job continue it’s good job without fear or favour.

He further said” Tompolo surveillance job provided job for the jobless youths, men and women, including aged people were paid monthly stipend”

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