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BREAKING: UNKNOWN MILITANTS BLEW UP ANOTHER PIPELINE IN DELTA

WARRI -It has been gathered that suspected unknown militants have blown up a major crude Oil Exporting facility , Trans Ramos trunk line close to Odimodi Community in Iduwini Kingdom, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State last night.

It was gathered at the time of filing this report that no militant group in the Niger Delta Region have claimed responsibility of the attack on the facility.

Confirming the report, a community source who pleaded anonymity confided in Gbaramatu Voice Newspaper that the attack actually took place while adding that there was similar attempt last week but the unknown vandals could not succeed.

The blown pipeline was owned by the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC).

All efforts geared towards reaching out to the Company and security Chiefs have proven abortive as they could not respond to calls nor text messages.

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