Abuja - A Niger Delta group, the Joint Niger Delta Liberation Force, has reiterated its decision to unleash six missiles on the country, reports Newswall.
The missiles, according to the JNDLF would be released on Tuesday.
The group in a statement on Monday named its targets, advising those occupying these buildings to vacate them.
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Top on the list of the target of the militants are the Presidential Villa in Abuja; the headquarters of the Department of State Services (DSS), also in Abuja; the Defence Headquarters, Abuja; National Assembly, Abuja; and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Towers, Abuja.
Others targets according to Eagle Online are the Police Headquarters in Abuja; Central Bank of Nigeria; headquarters of some multinational oil companies; and the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal headquarters.
The group said the decision to notify the occupants of the buildings to vacate them was because the aim of their struggle was not to destroy lives.
- News 24