Niger Delta Youths
Akpabio begs protesters to vacate east-west road
The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, has appealed to protesting Niger Delta youths to vacate Section III of the East-West road to enable contractors to commence work.
Niger Delta youths threaten to shut down NNPC over bias in recruitment
Some Niger Delta youths, yesterday, protested against the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) in Abuja, for excluding the region and southerners in its recruitment exercise
Niger Delta youth give FG seven-day ultimatum on resource control
Niger Delta youths under the aegis of the Young Democratic Movement (YDM) and South-South Youth Assembly (SSYA) have listed five demands and gave the Federal Government a seven-day ultimatum
Arewa, O’dua, Ohanaeze, Niger Delta youths want Ruga settlement halted
The Arewa Consultative Youth Movement, Ohanaeze Youth Movement, Niger Delta Youth Council, Oduduwa Youth Council and other ethnic youth...
Niger Delta youths laud JTF’s strategies in combating oil theft
Youths in the Niger Delta have commended the Joint Task Force (JTF) for the strategies deployed in fighting oil theft in the region. The youths, under the auspices of Niger Delta Youth Coalition for Peace and Progress (NDYCPP), said the strategies saved the nation economic losses that would have run into billions on naira. NDYCPP…
PIND trains Niger Delta youths on poultry farming
Foundatiom for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) in collaboration with Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) has trained 120 Niger Delta youths in poultry farming, linking them to off-takers in oil and gas industry.
Strengthening the national bond amid agitations
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Arewa Youths Congress (AYC), O’dua Peoples Congress (OPC) and Niger Delta youths in a five-day training to douse tension in the country and foster a stronger, indivisible country.
What exactly are we restructuring?
Everywhere in Nigeria today, the story is the same; the song is the same. It cuts across all known divides. The discourse everywhere is centered on one theme: The need to restructure the Nigerian state.