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Delta whistleblower on pipeline vandalism raises alarm over assassination attempts on him

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The Delta State Chairman of the Committee for the Defence of Human Right, Peter Edariese, has raised an alarm over alleged assassination attempts on his life.

Mr Edariese had on Sunday disclaimed that executive members of Oviri-Olomu Community have roles in the vandalization of an oil pipeline.

The chairman disclosed this in a telephone chat the Daily Post from his hiding place with an unknown number.

He also forwarded a warrant of arrest from the Otor-Udu Magistrate Court in Udu Local Government Area.

He said: “I put off my phone now so that nobody should track me where I am through my phone.

“So, I forwarded to you the letter they wanted to use to take me away, that is a warrant of arrest from the Court at Otor-Udu.

“They brought two vehicles and loaded themselves. The number of the vehicle is BEN 20586.

“That’s the number they brought which is not in any digit of vehicle numbering in Nigeria which means, it is truly an assassination attempt.”

Mr Edariese said the Army released the accused persons in the matter and gave them room to carry out “dangerous dimensions” against him and others after they were first arrested.

While noting that he wrote a petition to the Delta State Commissioner of Police, Ari Muhammed Ali, and the Department of State Security, DSS, the Commander Sector I of the Nigerian Army Effurun to bring the accused to justice, Mr Edariese stated that the accused are trying to eliminate him so that they can escape.

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