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Ogoni Nine

22 Oct 2021
Indications have emerged that the Nigerian Government may soon grant a posthumous pardon to Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight other Ogoni activists after brutal execution by a former military regime 26 years ago for fighting for the rights of their people. President Muhammadu Buhari gave the indication, Friday, when he received some of the leaders of…
2 May 2019
A Dutch court ruled that it has jurisdiction to hear a damages suit brought against Royal Dutch Shell by four widows of the Ogoni Nine, environmental activists executed by the Nigerian government in 1995. The four widows accuse Shell of being complicit in a crackdown by the government against peaceful protesters in Ogoniland, in the…

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