Government "Tompolo" Ekpemupolo of the Federated Niger Delta Ijaw Communities and Ateke Tom of the Niger Delta Vigilante force are two militant leaders who have called for an extension of the October 4 deadline.
What does FNDIC stand for?
FNDIC stands for Federated Niger Delta Ijaw Communities
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Federated Niger Delta Ijaw Communities (FNDIC), a rights group, said: "Asari should be involved in finding a lasting solution to the Niger Delta question and the new government should be pragmatic".
Leaders of the Gbaramatu-based Federated Niger Delta Ijaw Communities (FNDIC) served as informal representatives of the MEND militia in negotiations with Obasanjo and Nigeria's central government following the abduction of nine foreign off workers in February.