Till date, no one has called a spade a aspade on the niger-delta issue of Nigeria.What kind of a fight for justice should involve mass kidnapping? shouldn't there be serious tender of opposition to policies detrimental to the region? Who is responsible for war-like large scale robbery of banks within the region, where in some cases the robbers numbering over fifty with automatic weapons only possible in a war zones? Although there are legitimate agitations in the region, but how criminal elements such as: bunkers, armed robbers,assasins, political thugs and so on; took control of the process is still a big question.
You can be sure the losers will be tried and condemned, all sides in a conflict perpetuate atrocities.
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