Niger Delta struggle beyond attacks on oil pipelines, says MEND
The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) has declared that the Niger Delta struggle is beyond attacks on oil installations by the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA).
Avengers reject dialogue, bomb Chevron pipelines again
Despite the meetings and ongoing consultations between the Federal Government, governors of the Niger Delta region, stakeholders and representatives of the militants...
Government orders scaling down of military presence in Niger Delta
The Federal Government has issued a directive that the heavy military presence in the Niger Delta communities is scaled down considerably
Using non-violence to achieve clean up of Ogoniland
To many Nigerians, plan to embark on the cleanup of Ogoniland is a global consensus, though processes and activities were local, regional and international in approach.
Renewed militancy in the Niger Delta
With the spate of renewed violence in the Niger Delta, Nigeria’s profile as a country under the siege of militancy and terrorism has unfortunately notched a point higher.
Why militancy resurfaces in Niger Delta, by ERA
The Executive Director of Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria, Dr. Godwin Uyi Ojo, blamed the poor implementation of the amnesty programme for the resurgence...
All we are saying…give us our President!
One of the most enduring images of the 2015 presidential campaigns was General Muhammadu Buhari dancing to the fuji music of Wasiu Ayinde Marshal on the soap-box in Ibadan.
Abe lauds takeoff of Ogoni clean-up, urges dialogue with militants
Former Minister of Defence and pioneer Chairman, Presidential Committee on the Implementation of the Amnesty Programme, under late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, Major General Godwin Abbe...