Stay Away From the Ogoni Oil - MOSOP Writes Belema Oil

The Kingdom Coordinators and Chapter Leaders Forum of The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) have sent a strongly worded letter to the chief executive officer of Belema Oil Producing Limited, Mr Tein Jackrich warning his company to stay away from Ogoni oil.

UNEP: Rights Group Urges Vote Against Anti-Ogoni Politicians

The day of reckoning has finally come for politicians who are not Ogoni friendly. The Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria, ERA/FoEN, is urging Nigerians not to vote for lawmakers currently seeking re-election who are known to have thwarted the Petroleum Industry Bill, PIB, or the implementation of the United National Environment Programme, UNEP, report on Ogoniland.

Ogoni Peace Rally Set For Bori On March 25

…In Solidarity Against Election Violence, Kidnap, Other Vices

All is now set for the eagerly awaited Ogoni Peace Rally slated for Bori headquarters of the Ogonis on Wednesday 25th March 2015. The event is put together by popular Ogoni music diva and one time chairman of Rivers State Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria, Lexy Mueka (a.k.a Lexy M). The event is expected to be a wake-up call to all Ogoni sons and daughters home and in Diaspora to unite, co-operate, tolerate one another and embrace peaceful co-existence between themselves.

Ogonis Must Resist Belema Oil and Its Sponsors - Ben Ikari

The recent attempt to replace and sell the assets of The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited to its contractor, Belema Oil Producing Nigeria Limited and possibly resume oil production in Ogoniland has generated lots of controversy. Ogoninews sought the views of a member of MOSOP and an international human rights advocate, Ben Ikari. Below are his responses on key issues:

Research in African Literature: Special Issue on Saro-Wiwa Call For Papers

Since his execution by the Nigerian authorities in 1995, Ken Saro-Wiwa has received global recognition as a key figure in the struggle for minority people’s environmental and political rights. This special issue of Research in African Literatures focuses on Saro-Wiwa’s textual outputs and literary experiments and his legacy as a Nigerian and African “literary activist.”