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Rivers Rerun: The Pentecostal Stand Against Bloodshed

Rivers State has always stood out as a major flashpoint of Nigerian politics. However minute they may seem, elections in the state have often generated hullabaloo of staggering magnitude and, apparently, the July 30, 2016 national and state assembly rerun will not be an exception.

Shell Must Re-Negotiate Their Return To Ogoni –MOSOP

Issues concerning the Ogoni ethnic nationality such as the pogrom visited on them as a reaction to their agitation for environmental justice and equity within the Nigerian state have been making headlines. One of the persons in the forefront of keeping the struggle which was initiated by renowned playwright and environmental activist, late Kenule Beeson Saro Wiwa, to achieve justice for his kinsmen is Legborsi Saro Pyagbara, incumbent president of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP). In this interview with TNN deputy news editor, GODSWILL JUMBO, he addresses issues surrounding the Ogoni clean-up and the Port Harcourt Polytechnic, among other, Excerpts:

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