Against the backdrop of recent threats by militant groups to resume disruption of oil production in the Niger Delta, James Emejo and Chineme Okafor write that the Nigerian economy could be shattered, if the threat is carried out Militants in the oil-rich Niger Delta have threatened to get back to destroying oil assets and disrupting crude oil production, if the federal government fails to restructure the country. According to experts, their threats, notwithstanding its nature, are a reminder of the ugly situation Nigeria found itself in 2016, when it lost great values from its oil resources as militants went on rampage destroying hydrocarbon assets in the Niger Delta. The militants under the auspices of the Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators, made known their threats recently in a statement they sent out and in which they said fresh militant actions would be initiated against the interest of the Nigerian government […]