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|Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by Mariory(m): 1:30am On Jan 25, 2006|
Unidentified gunmen have stormed the offices of Italian oil company Agip in Port Harcourt, southern Nigeria.
At least nine people were killed in the assault. It is reported that seven of the dead were policemen and two were civilians working at the complex.
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by Odeku(m): 3:32pm On Jan 25, 2006|
To me this are trained professionals like Military mans, and not robbers. this is a mercenary mission. I am sadden that Innocent policeman has to sacrifice their life for this animals
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by ono(m): 5:13pm On Jan 25, 2006|
The identity of those who carried out the dastardly act at Agip is yet to be ascertained. But did you read that Yahoo News very well? Did you read something like this in that story?
''An e-mail to The Associated Press that claimed to be from the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta said Nigeria had not met the demand to release two of the region's leaders from jail.
"Be assured therefore that the hostages in return, will remain our guests," said the statement, whose authors' identity could not be verified. The kidnappers' demands and news about the oil workers, who are from the United States, Bulgaria, Britain and Honduras, have been sent from the same e-mail address.
The hostages "are in good health and have adapted fairly well to the conditions under which the people of the Niger Delta have been kept," the statement said.''
I bet you did not read it at all. And Odeku, would you mind coming from Chicago to the Niger Delta? Y'know, just to have a feel of how pleasant it is to live in here. It's worth it. Just throw a few dollars around and you're here, pronto! Damn!
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by otokx(m): 6:48pm On Jan 25, 2006|
you guys are behind time, for over 6 months armed bandits have been attacking banks and oil companies which are located by the numerous waterways in port harcourt. the truth is that but for the oil installations, most nigerians don't know 'jack' about the water ways so the idea is simple - attack from the water and leave through it.
The number of companies attacked include WILBROS (near uniport) twice, 3 banks located at Onne once, Julius Berger Main Base on Eastern Bypass twice and now Agip. The only reason why the media is reporting it now is because they want to link those armed bandits with the same people who kidnapped those expatriates.
It may interest you to know that because of the disenchantment in the land; there are now a proliferation of armed bands who use their rugged terrain to carry out a lot of nefarious activities.
Only a massive development and provision of basic infrastructure and employment will reduce the intensity of this activities. My heart goes out to the innocent ill equiped corporals and sergeants who stand no chance in the face of superior fire power and tactics.
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by Chxta(m): 7:08pm On Jan 25, 2006|
When you have so many guns in the country because of an election, and so many untrained people...
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by IB7(f): 8:46pm On Jan 25, 2006|
Am still asking the question: why the unrest~state of agitation or turbulent in the niger delta.....
The country's #1 source of income is produced from the niger delta areas and the last thing I want to think of is killing killing killing. Can we learn from United Arab Emirates? They produce tons of barrels of oil too..... and places like abu dhabi and dubai are doing well in biz etc, yeah they've had their shares of unrest.
The niger delta, especially port harcourt should be equivalent to abu dhabi and dubai.
I am ashamed of the governor, the president and the country as a whole! I strongly believe the same governor and president are behind the unrest of port harcourt. Yet they preach stability.
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by Chxta(m): 9:49am On Jan 26, 2006|
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by Chxta(m): 9:54am On Jan 26, 2006|
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by tartar9(m): 12:10pm On Oct 08, 2014|
first to comment
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by size38: 2:33pm On Oct 08, 2014|
It was just last week a group in the Niger Delta campaigning about Agip poor environmental operations in d region asking Fg to revoke their operation license. I smell a rat here
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by Nobody: 2:40pm On Oct 08, 2014|
so many heads filled with empty buckets of gutter water on nairaland these days. this was 8 years ago
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by mainheart(m): 2:41pm On Oct 08, 2014|
very unfortunate for those that die RIP. I blame bad government
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by Nobody: 2:42pm On Oct 08, 2014|
cant you see the date on the post?
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by sCun: 2:54pm On Oct 08, 2014|
size38:Mumu check the date.
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by amakufrancis(m): 3:07pm On Oct 08, 2014|
ha, everyone needs oil money, Rip to the dead.
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by Nobody: 3:28pm On Oct 08, 2014|
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by kel4soft: 5:00pm On Oct 08, 2014|
When did this happen?
|Re: Gunmen Attack Agip In Port Harcourt by mainheart(m): 7:43pm On Oct 08, 2014|
diluminati:my sister tanx u, I did not even look at de date
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