The US Is Turning Oil-Rich Nigeria Into A Proxy For Its Africa Wars

By TJ Coles, The Grayzone. -

Last month, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari wrote an op-ed in the Financial Times. It might as well have been written by the Pentagon. Buhari promoted Brand Nigeria, auctioning the country’s [...]

Court Orders Shell To Pay Nigerian Farmers Over Oil Spills

By Al Jazeera. -

A Dutch court has ordered the Nigerian subsidiary of Shell to pay compensation over oil spills in Nigeria’s Niger Delta, a ruling which could pave the way for more cases against multinational oil [...]

Nigeria: End SARS And Fanon’s Mission

By Kehinde Alonge, Red Pepper. -

‘Each generation must, out of relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it,’ wrote Frantz Fanon. It has been 60 years since Nigeria achieved its independence from Britain, [...]

#EndSARS: Two Months After The Lekki Massacre, Still No Accountability

By 247 News Around the World. -

In a gory event widely described as Black Tuesday, Nigerians witness one of the most violent crackdown on protest since the Enugu Iva Valley Massacre in 1949. Like bloodthirsty Vamps, the army [...]

Nigerians Reject US Imperialism With #EndSARS Protests

By Jacqueline Luqman, The Real News. -

Massive and intense protests against the controversial Special Anti-Robbery Squad, or SARS unit, have been going on for at least four weeks now in Nigeria, but tensions between the SARS unit and [...]

CORE Nigeria: “We Will Fight For Our Total Liberation”

By Baba Aye, Progressive International. -

Nigeria - On 3 October, a young man was killed by the police in Ughelli, a town in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. A video of this incidence was circulated by residents of the city on WhatsApp [...]

Protest Marks One Month Anniversary Of Lekki Massacre In Nigeria

By the Pan-African Community Action, Popular Resistance. -

Washington, DC - The End SAR Solidarity Network is mobilized DC area based activists to protest in front of the Embassy of Nigeria to demand justice for peaceful protestors in Nigeria who were [...]

Nigerian Government Revealing Its True Character In Response To Youth Protests

By Margaret Flowers, Clearing the FOG. -

Youth protests against police violence in Nigeria, the #EndSARS movement, gained international attention with solidarity protests around the world. To understand those protests and the context of [...]

Nigeria’s End SARS Protests

As social movements continue around the world to end the impunity that police forces have, the African continent has seen their biggest movement within the country of Nigeria with the #EndSARS [...]

How A Police Killing In Nigeria Sparked A Nationwide Movement

By Joshua Keating, Slate. -

Nigerian security forces opened fire this week on protesters in Lagos, killing at least 12 demonstrators and marking a deadly escalation in the weekslong protests against police [...]

Joint Statement: US Connection In Nigeria Violence

By Pan-African Community Action and Black Alliance for Peace. -

Washington, D.C.-based Pan-African Community Action (PACA) and the Black Alliance for Peace (BAP)’s U.S. Out of Africa Network (USOAN) issued a joint statement condemning what appears to be [...]

Five Million Nigerians Oppose Monsanto’s Plans To Introduce GMO Crops

By Lorraine Chow, Ecowatch. -

Millions of Nigerians are urging the Nigerian government to reject Monsanto’s attempts to introduce genetically modified (GMO) cotton and maize into the country's food and farming [...]

Why Nigeria Knows Better How To Fight Corona Than The US

By Crystal Simeoni, Ips-journal.eu -

The coronavirus disease, otherwise known as COVID-19, was first reported in Wuhan, China on the last day of December 2019. When it began to spread rapidly , the World Health Organisation (WHO) [...]

2019 Protests From North, West, East And Southern Africa

2019 had her fair share of protests from North, West, East and Southern Africa. The reasons for these protests were largely political, followed by economic and then demand for human rights in [...]

Nigerian Villagers Will Take On Shell In Supreme Court Show-Down

By Phil Miller, Morningstaronline.co.uk -

TENS of thousands of Nigerian farmers and fishermen have been granted permission to challenge oil giant Shell at the supreme court in London. Villagers from the Niger Delta’s Bille and Ogale [...]

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