MOSOP President Pledges Support for Resettlement of Ogoni Refugees

President of the apex Ogoni socio-political organization has pledged to support the resettlement and re-integration of Ogoni refugees returning from Benin republic.
Comr Legorsi Saro Pyagbara, President of The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) made the pledge yesterday when representatives of the group paid him a courtesy visit in his office in Port Harcourt.

Breaking News: Pipeline Fire Reported at Ogoni Shell Facility

Emerging reports suggest that there is palpable panic in Ogoniland, following an explosion at a Shell facility. According to reports, a trunk line carrying crude oil in the Goi community in the Ogoniland area of Rivers State became engulfed in dark plums of smoke and flames on Monday morning. The trunk is said to be owned by Shell Petroleum Development Company.

MOSOP President Get Confidence Votes in Executive Resolution

RESOLUTION OF THE MEETING OF MOSOP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HELD AT THE PEACE AND FREEDOM CENTER, BORI ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

A meeting of the Executive Committee of The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP), held at the Peace and Freedom Center, Bori on Thursday, September 15, 2016. The meeting deliberated on various issues including the purported crisis rocking the MOSOP leadership over UNEP cleanup funds and resolved as follows:

MOSOP Condemn Raid on Ogoni Community, Demand Probe

The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) is appalled and vehemently condemns in the strongest terms, last Sunday's (18/9/2016) raid on Yeghe, an Ogoni community in Gokana local government area of Rivers State. This incessant military invasion of Ogoni communities particularly Yeghe portrays sinister motives especially when considered against the backdrop that the area was experiencing significant peace.

CLO Queries Army Invasion, Sack Of Ogoni Community

The Civil Liberties Organization in the South-South has condemned, in the strongest terms possible, the renewed invasion of Yeghe community in Ogoni area of Rivers state by the Nigerian Army and the Police.

It said in a press statement that the invasion took place in the early hours of Sunday September 18, 2016.