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Friday, 20 May 2016

A gas pipeline in Nigeria's Niger Delta locale worked by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has been assaulted.

The assaulted happened late on Thursday, as indicated by a representative for a nearby group bunch and a witness.

The pipeline, which associates the Escravos oil terminal to Warri, supplies gas to various parts of the nation.

There have been a resurgence in activist assaults in the oil-rich southern area in the most recent couple of weeks, with strikes on pipelines and oil offices.

A gathering that calls itself the Niger Delta Avengers has guaranteed obligation regarding the greater part of them.

Reuters cited a representative for the Ijaw Youth Council, as saying the assault happened around the town of Ogbe Ijoh, close Warri.

Neighborhood inhabitant, James Dadiowei, said a "boisterous blast" at the NNPC pipeline had tossed the group into frenzy on Thursday night.

"The blast happened the previous evening on the pipeline having a place with the NNPC," said Omare.

A representative for the NNPC was not able affirm the assault.


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