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Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Islamic Coalition Pact: Nigeria Doles out $258m for Saudi Blackwater Mercenaries to face N/Delta Militants

Islamic Coalition Pact: Nigeria Doles out $258m for Saudi Blackwater Mercenaries to face N/Delta Militants


Published by Family Writers

A staff in The Royal Embassy of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Nigeria has confirmed to Vaxity that, the government of Nigeria and Saudi authorities have concluded plans to deploy Saudi Blackwater mercenaries to the Niger Delta region to tackle militants that have been attacking oil facilities.
The deal is part of the agreement in the Saudi-led Islamic coalition against terrorism which Muhammadu Buhari signed up for on behalf of Nigeria. It is said to be worth $258m.

Blackwater is being led by Anwar Eshki, a retired Major General in the Saudi Armed Forces. And these mercenaries are the once fighting for Saudi Arabian government in Yemen.

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  1. If Saudi-Arabia collaborated with Islamic Coalition in plans with Muhammadu Buhari, means they are not hearing nor neither seeing the atrocities that he is committing against Biafra land. Saudi should be very careful.

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