MOSOP Rejects Military Operations in Ogoniland

Press Statement The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) is disturbed by the news of the deployment of soldiers to the Niger Delta which includes Ogoniland. MOSOP notes that military operations of this kind simply refreshes our memory of the years of state repression under Major Paul Okuntimo of the Nigerian Army, […]

Opinion: The Ogoni People and Nigeria’s Faulty Configuration

Agitations for a fair and just system in Nigeria is increasingly becoming a threat to the country’s stability. This is  largely because the leadership appear to turn blind eyes to the concerns of the agitators and not see it as an opportunity to right the wrongs and set the country on the path of progress.The […]

Former U.S Mayor Tours Ogoniland, Expresses Shock at Level of Contamination

At a spill site in Bodo On the invitation of the Ogoni Restoration and Development Foundation, the president of the Trans Atlantic Group and former mayor of Greenevers, Alfred Dixon on Monday, July 25, 2016 visited parts of Ogoniland to assess the extent of oil spills contamination and the level of government preparedness to address […]

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 […]

Cleanup Flag-off: President Buhari’s Commitment to Ogoni Fell Short of Expectations

The news of President Muhammadu Buhar’s visit to Ogoniland elicited much interests far more than any other presidential visit to the area. Expectations were high and the area was agog for the president’s visit. The event was largely seen as a reward for non-violence. It is only unfortunate that it cost the lives of an […]

MOSOP Condemn Killings in Kporghor: Call for Security of the Citizens

The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) wishes to express its displeasure at the recent attacks and wanton destruction of lives and properties in Kporghor, Tai local government Area by the neighboring Wakama community in Ogu-Bolo local government area. We are saddened that despite repeated notifications to the government to take adequate […]

MOSOP Urges Kabnor, Luawii Communities to Embrace Peace

The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) have called on the people of Kabnyor and Luawii communities to embrace peace and seize further hostilities. President of MOSOP, Legborsi Pyagbara made the call yesterday during a meeting with leaders and stakeholders from the community in Bori. The meeting which held at the instance […]

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