Opinion (64)

Life indeed is only a journey. When I heard that Ken Saro-Wiwa Jr had died, I was dumbstruck. I was scrolling through my BBM

November 10th marked the 21st anniversary of Ken Saro-Wiwa’s murder by Nigeria’s military dictatorship for challenging Shell’s devastation of his home –

November has proved to be a very terrifying month for the Saro-Wiwa family. Exactly 21 years ago – on 10 November 1995 – the head of the family, Ken

No thanks to a gerontocratic class that defiantly continues to stand between the present and future, younger generations in Africa find the rungs on

Last week end I was in the Niger Delta. As I drove up from the PH International Airport airport, Omagwa, towards Elele in my

The optimism raised by the flag off of the implementation of the United Nation Environment Programme (UNEP) report on Ogoniland 24 days ago, might soon

The Nigerian government has finally started the clean-up of oil-soaked Ogoniland after years of inaction. A billion dollars has been committed to what has

I am at the Democratic National Convention this week, proud to represent New Hampshire as a Hillary Clinton delegate. The convention will be particularly

    Several questions have trailed the ceremonial flag off. Is the government sincere about the exercise? Is there a budget for the clean up? When

It did not come as a surprise although. Efforts had been made in the not too recent past to make Ogoni land an ocean

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