On Ogoni, We Shall Not

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In close to 28 years, the people of Ogoni have consistently asked Nigeria of one thing - basic rights and freedom. In response, the Nigerian

Nigeria's Conduct in Ogoni

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The Ogoni people have suffered tremendously in Nigeria. There is no form of oppression, terrorism and torture that Nigeria has not conceivably committed against

The Shame of an African

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At the inception of this administration, I had anticipated some relief for the Ogoni people not only because the new president had during his

Belema Oil and Robo Micheal:

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The Treachery of RoboMicheal in

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On December 27 2017, the Secretariat

As We Remember Ken Saro-Wiwa 22

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The 1995 hanging of nine Ogoni human rights activists remains a permanent stain on Nigeria's claim to civilization. The role Shell

The Ogoni People and Nigeria'

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Agitations for a fair and just system in
I do not how best to describe Shell Nigeria and her new ally, the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC), both of which have exhibited very

Plan to Resume Oil Production

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The Nigerian state pretends not to know the truth about  the pains of the Ogoni people and the discrimination against the minorities of the

Ogoni Cleanup: Why We Still

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If you have ever been conversant with the story of Nigeria's Ogoni people, then you will agree with me that when soldiers are deployed to Ogoniland, you

The Ogoni Cleanup and a

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Ogoni has become Nigeria's latest image laundering parameter. At every opportunity, the country will announce it has launched the cleanup of Ogoniland - a

I will prefer to commence this discourse from the conclusions. Death, Shell and the NPDC mean the same thing for the Ogoni people.

Ogoni Clean Up Delays: Fast

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The pledge by the government of President Buhari to fast track (now slow-tracking) the process to implement the recommendations of the United Nations Environment

The Ogoni Cleanup and President

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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.

Oil Resumption in Ogoni: Does

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When in 1993, the Ogoni people embarked on the journey to redefine their future with a historic march involving over 300,000 people, little did they know

How Nigeria Created the Insecurity

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The disharmony between Nigeria and the Ogoni people over oil may be a familiar terrain, the recent and heightened security situation in Ogoni may no longer be

Armageddon in Ogoniland by MOSOP

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The expected cleanup of Ogoniland may save the land but many may never recover from the terminal diseases pervading Ogoniland and increasingly killing our

Death on the Prowl in

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Living in Ogoniland has become a nightmare for those who understand that Ogoni is gasping for survival. This week, the experience from visits to

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