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A Blessing turned Curse – Oil Exploration in OML 40

Pause and imagine, the predicament of the people residing within the OML40 communities in the Niger Deta. If this is your community – where a private company (registered in Aberdeen Scotland) with five years tax exemption in Nigeria – daily … Continue reading

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The Ordeal of the People of Gbaramatu Kingdom

The people of Gbaramatu recount ordeal carried out by the Nigeria Army which should protect them. The Nigeria Amry invaded the community killed, raped, molested, brutalise the people in Gbaramatu community. We stand with the people of Gbaramatu Kingdom to unequivocal … Continue reading

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Secrets of my strength at 90 – Chief Robert Pablogba, retired school teacher – A True Polobubo Son

   Chief Robert Ayeno Pablogba has lived a very interesting and eventful life. He is still exceptionally strong and virile at about 90 years and still struts with a youthful swagger and engages in activities that defies his age. Shortly … Continue reading

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Oil Spills In Nigeria: The True Price Of Crude Oil | Guardian Investigations – John Vidal

This is just an insight to what oil does to the environment…this is what the people of Polobubo/Opuama community are daily going through! Join the campaign #savePOLOBUBO #saveOPUAMA #OML40 #NigerDelta

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The Halliburton Case And Corruption In Nigeria – A Niger Delta Story

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Oil Pollution In The Niger Delta – CNN

Nigeria’s Niger Delta is one of the most oil-polluted places on the planet with more than 6,800 recorded oil spills, accounting for anywhere from 9 million to 13 million barrels of oil spilled, according to activist groups. But occurring over … Continue reading

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Brief History Of The Izon (Ijaw) Tribe In The Niger Delta

We the Izon (Ijaws), the predominant indigenous people in the Niger Delta, moved to the Delta over 7,000 years. We have a distinctive language. The Niger River Delta, one of the largest and beautiful deltas in the world, is the largest … Continue reading

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The Ijo (Ijaw) People Of Delta State: Their Early History And Aspects Of Social And Cultural Practices

This paper is a historical exposition of the Ijo people of Delta State in the South-South and Niger-Delta Region of Nigeria. A literature gap exists on these groups compared to their kith and kin in the States of Bayelsa and … Continue reading

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