The Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate, (NDGJM), have made true their threat.
The militant group is agitating for the people of upland host communities in the Niger Delta region.
The new militant group had said it would launch fresh attacks on oil installations across the Niger Delta region.
The group breached a major trunk/delivery pipeline to the Eriemu manifold in Urhoboland.
The pipeline belongs to NNPC.
To establish its seriousness, the militant group claimed that it brought down a major trunk/delivery line from Isoko to Eriemo manifold in Urhobo at about 2 p.m.
The issued a statement titled: ‘Operation Zero’ and signed by its spokesperson, Aldo Agbalaja.
“The Central Operations Command of the NDGJM hereby announces the commencement of demolition and evacuation of the uplands tagged: ‘Operation zero’.
“We will correct the wrongs that have afflicted our people for years.
“We will seek justice for the perpetually cheated.
“We will protect the identities of our people who are co-owners of the wealth which Nigeria has forever misappropriated.
“As a mark of our seriousness, at about 0200hours of August 10, 2016, operatives of the NDGJM brought down a major trunk/delivery line from Isoko to the Eriemu Manifold in Urhobo land, belonging to the NPDC/Shoreline Resources.
“One is down and countless more to go.
“We would also want to use this medium to give a very strong warning to the operatives of the asset NPDC/Shorelines.
“Do not commence repairs pending when you get signals from us.
“Otherwise the inevitable may occur to their personnel as we have earlier warned them to begin evacuating the uplands.
“This is just a glimpse of what is to come.
“There are several assets already penned down for destruction.
“This line of action has been made inevitable by an unjust system.
“This system only responds to violence, to the detriment of the peaceful and law abiding people,” the statement read.
The new group had given all oil companies in the upland Niger Delta region to evacuate or face demolition of their assets.