The Inconsistencies in the Security Challenges Facing the Ogoni Cleanup

To say that Ogoni is the worst place to live on earth may just sound like an over-statement. But It is indeed a fact. Everything seems to work against her. The government had been repressive, the environment is poisoned, the schools are dead, the hospitals can best function as dispensaries, the roads are death traps, […]

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 […]

The Ogoni Cleanup and President Buhari’s Integrity

By Fegalo Nsuke During the build-up to the 2015 presidential elections, the All Progressives Congress, APC, had hinged its campaign on one major advantage: President Buhari’s credibility. Buhari became exceptionally unique, standing out as an open, honest and most believable among the candidates for the presidential election. At least, his party’s campaign messages made him […]

Ogoniland Cleanup: Setting the Agenda for Peace and Development in the Niger Delta

  By Fegalo Nsuke The Nigerian government has not hidden its penchant for the Ogoni oil. In alliance with The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited, an affiliate of Shell International, the government has in the past deployed very brutish and repressive techniques to force the Ogoni people to submission and gain access to […]

Opinion: Army’s Reason for Invasion of Ogoniland is Ridiculous

By Fegalo Nsuke When a mighty army demonstrates its strengths against small, weak and innocent civilians killing pregnant women, children, men and women, it is the responsibility of society to rise against such degeneracy and demand justice for all. About two weeks ago, February 22 and 23, Ogoniland was bleeding from military bullets. An estimated […]

Ogoni Community Allege Plot of Another Military Raid

Following yesterday’s arrival of four military trucks in Bori, the traditional headquarter of the Ogoni people, the paramount ruler of the Bua Yeghe community, Chief Barinaadaa Gbaranee has raised an alarm of a possible invasion of the community by the Army. Chief Gbaranee spoke yesterday during the visit of Senator Olaka Wogu, former representative of […]

Ogoni: Where it Takes Protests to Get Drinkable Water

The story of the Ogoni is not new. A well known and established case of state repression against civil rights. A rather pathetic story of a people repressed by their own government, dehumanized by those who should protect them, a repression backed by the unethical global giant – The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria, […]


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