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02072018 - Killings: N-Delta militants give FG 21-day ultimatum

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02072018 - Killings: N-Delta militants give FG 21-day

Political uncertainties dominate outlook for stock market in H2’18 INSIDE Alleged under-age voting: INEC to release full report of its investigation 4 Steer clear of Taraba, Delta, PDP warns Oshiomhole •PDP terrified —APC 8 VOL. 26: NO. 63583 MONDAY, JULY 2, 2018 Killings: N-Delta militants give FG 21-day ultimatum •Urge FG to arrest Miyetti Allah leaders, disband group •Demand devolution of powers to govs for protection of citizens •Fresh attack in Plateau claims 6 lives, farmlands destroyed •Miyetti Allah warns Benue, Taraba govts against auction of seized cattle AU MEETING AU SUMMIT: President Muhammadu Buhari (2nd left) among other African leaders, during the official opening of the 31st Session of African Union (AU) in Nouakchott, Mauritania, yesterday. State House photo. I can make Shekau, 137 insurgents surrender — Ex-Boko Haram commander COLUMNISTS Govs using FAAC stand-off as excuse not to pay salaries — NNPC 8 8 OWEI LAKEMFA N5.4 trn debt: AMCON talks tough, vows to seize debtors’ assets 8 Waiver scam: Reps c’ttee threatens to issue bench warrant on 4 26 firms HENRY BOYO 33 32 By Emma Amaize, Regional Editor, South-South; Peter Duru, Suzan Edeh & Marie-Therese Nanlong WARRI—A coalition of Niger Delta militants, yesterday, gave the Federal Government a 21-day notice over herdsmen's killings across the country, especially the latest development in Plateau State. The ultimatum came as the National Caretaker Committee of the Fulani Socio-Cultural organisation, Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, also yesterday warned Benue and Taraba state governments against any plan to auction cattle and other livestock belonging to members of the group. This is even as six persons were again killed in fresh attacks at Maraba Kantoma, Fan district of Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of Continues on Page 5 Mr & Mrs

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