Contrary to what the presidency dished out to Nigerians that Buhari is on a 10day vacation, and will also see an ENT Doctor, authoritative sources has confided in our medium, that the president is on another mission.
We can report authoritatively, that the aim of Buhari’s visit is to negotiate with the Niger Delta Avengers in London, United Kingdom, which has been slated for the meeting, based on advice from Obasanjo and Jonathan, that the meeting should hold in a neutral venue.
As a pointer to this meeting, Goodluck Jonathan, is already in London, and will be part of the discussions with the Avengers, on how to stop the further threat to oil installations in the region, with representatives of the British government funding truce to the impasse.
Recollect that, Jonathan flew into Nigeria some days ago, where he met with the President in his office before jetting back to London. A day after that, Buhari met Obasanjo to seek his advice on the crisis in Niger Delta.
The threat by the Niger Delta Avengers to test their missiles on June 7th has gotten the President to be jittery, and has called for truce as he fears for the critical areas of the country that would be bombed which includes the presidential villa.
Findings reveal that, the Avengers are linked to two Arabian oil producing countries that are angry with the Buhari’s administration for treating the Shiites as nothing and the continuous detention without trial of its leader, Zakzakky, which the Avengers are said to also have direct links to the North Korean government.
“With sophisticated weapons and technology at the Avengers disposal, it is not something a serious Government should treat with levity,” quoted a source.
Further findings by Secret Reporters shows that, the Avengers will arrive London today, on the invitation of the British government to be part of the peace process, under a very serious security cover.
Some high profile leaders, especially in the South South are also to be part of the meeting, as negotiation begins today.
Hence, the Nigerian military announced the suspension of any further military attack in the Niger Delta and withdrew the plane fighters.