Calling for the restructuring of Nigeria, the group said their plan to attack oil facilities in the oil-rich region of the country is due to killings and division happening in some parts of the country.
Among these are Bonga Platform, Agbami, EA Field, Britania-U Field and Akpo Field.
Attacks on pipelines and other facilities in the Niger Delta in 2016 cut Nigeria's crude production from a peak of 2.2 million barrels per day to near one million bpd, the lowest level in at least 30 years.
The NDA in a statement issued yesterday said at its meetings recently, it was agreed that the killings and division presently playing out in Nigeria along divergent grounds makes it the ideal time to restructure the country.
The group said its "High Command" has summoned a meeting of all its operatives to review the progress of its operations and deliberate on the planned actions for the future. No substantial attacks have been carried out by any groups in the Delta region since January 2017.
NDA continued: "Our demand unambiguously is for the government to "RESTRUCTURE THIS COUNTRY".
In 2016, NDA attacks on Nigeria's energy infrastructure sent shockwaves throughout the region as oil production fell by nearly 40 percent.
It said it was not interested in having further negotiations with the Federal Government.
"Because of the above, we have resolved not to listen to the Niger Delta elders, as we unravel our New Year package to the failed Nigerian state this time around".
"Only a few days ago the Nigerian Army released 244 members of the murderous Boko Haram sect to Borno State Government while thousands of innocent Niger Delta youths continue to suffer in various prisons across the country for no just cause".
The group said after announcing a ceasefire in November 2017, some of the elders in Niger Delta intervened and appealed that they should ceasefire.
The group said it wants to control the resources from the region and directly use them to better their lot instead of been enslaved and made to beg before crumbs are released in a dress rehearsal-like manner to intervention agencies that are ineffective at addressing its numerous challenges.
The activities of Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) in 2016 negatively affected Nigeria's crude oil production and sales.