KAGOTE: A Fraud and Misrepresentation of Ogoniland

Fegalo Nsuke The Ogoni people are peace-loving and have committed themselves to non-violence. The mandate to speak for and advocate their collective interests which are summed up in the Ogoni Bill of Rights have been delivered to The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP). It will be important to state clearly that […]

MOSOP Dissociates From Protests Over New Polytechnic

Press Release The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) wishes to notify the general public that it has not authorized, has no connection and completely dissociates itself from today’s protest over the renaming of the Rivers State College of Arts and Science to Port Harcourt Polytechnic. MOSOP wishes to state its position […]

MOSOP Condemn Removal of Host Community Fund From Petroleum Industry Bill

Press Statement The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) has called on the national assembly to rescind their decision to drop the Host Community Fund (HCF) from the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) The President of MOSOP, Comrade Legborsi Saro Pyagbara who stated this today in Port Harcourt whilst speaking to journalists said […]

MOSOP Condemns Military Invasion of Ogoni Communities

  The apex organisation of the Ogoni people, MOSOP, is outraged and condemns in strong terms the invasion of Ogoni communities by the Nigerian military and demand from government the immediate withdrawal of the invading soldiers. Reports available to MOSOP have shown that rather than end the condemnable campaign, the military has this morning (23/2/2016) […]

MOSOP Vice Presidents, Chapter Leaders Condemn Gininwa Over Purported Swearing in of One Mike Lube-Nwidobie

The eight Vice Presidents and MOSOP Kingdom Coordinators along with chapter leaders of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) have condemned in strong terms the actions of Godwin N.K. Gininwa over the purported swearing-in of a group of miscreants led by one Mike Lube-Nwidobie as executives of MOSOP at his residence […]

MOSOP Refutes Leadership Crisis

The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) wishes to notify all stakeholders and interest groups that there is no leadership crises rocking the organization as had been reported in the media. We make clear that the 2015 MOSOP elections have been concluded at all levels – from the chapters, to the kingdoms, […]


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