Nigeria's revenue pipes may soon be hit if this threat is implemented.

The Avengers say the peace deal may have elapsed and re-negotiation talks must hold.

The group warned that unlike the 2016 operation, there will dire consequences on people resident in affected communities.

The threat may not be unconnected with last Saturday’s aborted Port Harcourt meeting of the Pan Niger Delta Elders Forum (PANDEF) and the failure of Niger Delta elders to settle their differences.

The meeting of the Edwin Clark led PANDEF scheduled to hold in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, was distrusted by Police.

“Our next line of operation will not be like the 2016 campaign, which we operated successfully without any casualties. This outing will be brutish, brutal and bloody, as we shall crush everything we meet on our path to completely put off the fires flairing gas in our communities and cut every pipe that moves crude from our region.

“We can assure you that every oil installation in our region will feel warmth of the wrath of the Niger Delta Avengers,” the statement reads.

They reminded the operators of the social media avengers that the NDA is not the same as the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), saying they were men of their words.

“The high command of the Niger Delta Avengers wish to bring to the notice of the International Community and the general public that there is no such militant group with the name Reformed Niger Delta Avengers.

“It is not operated by any of our operatives but a money making tool in the hands of certain disgruntled Niger Delta political jobbers in connivance with top government functionaries of the President Muhammadu Buhari led government,” the statement added.

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