Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has presented the list of nominees for the Governing Board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) to the Senate.
Orphans in the Niger Delta region have been assured by the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) of its support in ameliorating the hardships they face.
Citizens’ group, Policy Alert, explains why Niger Delta states must gazette all the communities in the oil & gas producing areas for the effective implementation of the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA).
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo turns Niger Delta advocate, says region deserves remarkable development.
Rights Advocacy and Development Center (RADEC) marks African and Global days of action on climate change, explains why it’s time for action to curb emissions to real zero, not net zero.
Ogoni stakeholders have given the reason why they unanimously agreed that Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike should lead a multi-consultative forum to discuss with the Federal Government of Nigeria on the planned resumption of oil production in OML 11.
Civil Society Organizations committed to environmental justice in Nigeria have declared that the Petroleum Industry Act recently assented to by President Buhari neglects community concerns and strengthens oil companies operating in the heavily petroleum polluted Niger Delta region.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Obiaruko Ndukwe writes: “A more scary revelation by Akpabio during the presentation of the report was that a whooping N3.2 trillion was paid out during the period in check, from 2001 to 2019.”
“This is not only discouraging but is a slap on our faces. It is now obvious Col. Dikio is a PDP apologist. Even with the shocking revelation of the Interim Administrator’s PDP membership card; nothing has been done to resolve this political blunder.”
“The young man went and told his uncle (Mantu) about me and what I did. From that moment, Mantu insisted on meeting me in person. He called, we spoke on phone. He sounded excited,” Timi Alaibe writes in Opinions.