By Samuel Faleye, Akure
A militant group based in Ondo State, the Action Crocodile Group ofÂ Niger Delta (ACGND) has urged the Federal Government to bring out meaningful resolution on the ongoing dialogue with militant groups inÂ the Niger Delta region.The group led by its ‘Commander-General’ Kaka Duku in a statement inÂ Akure, the state capital on Monday said allowing the militants toÂ return to the creeks would complicate the present economic and
security challenges in the country.
This, it noted would come through ceaseless bombings of oilÂ installations and other damaging effects.
The group contended that amnesty programme for the militants should beÂ all embracing, stressing that aged persons, men and women as well asÂ other stakeholders should be beneficiaries.
It also advocated for good road network connecting the entire nineÂ states in the Niger Delta region with potable water and otherÂ necessary infrastructures.
The statement added that the Federal Government should also tackle theÂ problem of youth unemployment in the region to curb restiveness.
According to the ACGND, there is no demand that is too much for peopleÂ in the Niger Delta region at present because of the peculiar problemÂ they are facing for being the source of the nation’s wealth.