Nigeria's Buhari Meets Niger Delta Leaders, Militants In Abuja


ABUJA, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday met leaders from the Niger Delta and representatives of militant groups which have been attacking oil facilities in the restive region, a witness and official said.

A Reuters reporter saw state governors and traditional rulers from the swamp lands meet Buhari and top security officials at the presidential villa in Abuja. An official said militant groups had also sent representatives.

(Reporting by Felix Onuah; writing by Ulf Laessing; editing by Jason Neely

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Enoch. O | Nov. 2, 2016
It will only be the same , if the region where the government get their oil from is neglected. Ask SHELL to also help develop the region.

john weaver | Nov. 1, 2016
Any Resolution will diminish someones self-impotrance Expect nothing but the same


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