Yenogoa - An aggrieved Niger Delta ex-militant group has threatened to halt the operations of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) and its affiliates in the 10 communities hosting the Southern Swamp Associated Gas Solution Plus Project (SSAGS), reports NewsDay.
The ex- militants accused the company’s management of marginalizing the youths in the host communities by employing people outside the communities.
In addition, the ex- militants are not happy with the company for engaging contractors and workers from other areas outside the communities hosting the project.
They have called on President Goodluck Jonathan, Governors Seriake Dickson and Emmanuel Uduaghan of Bayelsa and Delta states to prevent a looming communal crises by calling Shell to order.
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