Nigeria militants threaten South Africa investments
16 April 2012
Agence France Presse - 15 avril 2012
LAGOS — Nigeria's militant group MEND threatened on Saturday to attack South Africa's investments, including telecoms firm MTN, in the Niger Delta, because of the terror trial of its leader in Johannesburg.
"Our decision to attack South African investments in the Niger Delta is directly related to the conduct of President (Jacob) Zuma regarding the continued incarceration in South Africa of Henry Okah," the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta said in an e-mail statement here.