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Militant Groups Threaten Appraisal Attacks on South African Businesses

Militant groups in the Niger Delta have reacted to the xenophobic attacks in South Africa. The groups have asked 18 South African companies and personnel to leave the region or risk attacks.

The threat was contained in a joint petition to the South African High Commission in Nigeria and signed by General John Duku of the Niger Delta Watchdogs, General Ekpo Ekpo of Niger Delta Volunteers and General Hart Bradford of the Niger Delta Strike Force.

They warned of an imminent attack on all South Africans business interests, adding that they could no longer sit and watch innocent Nigerians being killed in the southern Africa nation.

The militants’ position was made known after their meeting in Port Harcourt on Wednesday, March 1.

They condemned the recent attack on Nigerians and pledged reprisals that would target the country’s economic interests in Nigeria.

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