- People should disregard it - Remorseful Niger Delta militants withdraw quit notice to northerners and Yorubas
- Four soldiers killed as Niger Delta militants lay deadly ambush in Bayelsa
- Arewa youths have replaced quit notice with calls to re-arrest Nnamdi Kanu - Niger Delta militants reject withdrawal of quit notice
- OPC issues strong warning to Niger Delta militants over quit notice
The special adviser to the president on Niger Delta, Brigadier-General Paul Boroh (rtd) says no fewer than 317 ex-agitators have graduated from different instit
On Wednesday, July 12, the 33rd wife Queen Akwaza of the most wanted criminal in Benue state was arrested over refusal to reveal her husband’s hideout.
A group of Niger Delta militants have threatened to stop oil exploration in the Niger Delta region if the north carries out a coup against Yemi Osinbajo.
The New Delta Avengers has challenged Governor Okowa to account for the 13 percent allocation which he received on behalf of the state in the last two years.
A group of Niger Delta militants on Friday, demanded that the federal government return all oil blocs controlled by Northerners, to the people of the region.
A militant group, New Delta Avengers has threatened to resume attacks on oil exploration activities in Delta state effective from midnight June 30, 2017.
A coalition of Niger Delta militants on Thursday June 1, threatened to start attacking expatriates, Directors of oil companies, key staff and oil installations
Four Itsekiri leaders and some officials of Elcrest, an indigenous firm operating in the Niger Delta region, have been abducted by suspected militants.
About 50 men suspected to be militants launched at attack on officials of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) at Aridolf Hotel which is located in Bayelsa
Many ex-militants, said to be foot soldiers of former militant leaders, on Wednesday April 26, threw caution to the wind, attacking a branch of Skye Bank in...
Ibe Kachikwu has been accused of allegedly working against President Buhari’s plan for peace in the Niger Delta by forming alliances with the wrong people.
The Lagos police command has clarified reports surrounding the circumstances that led to the killing of four policemen, and an army captain by some militants.
Troops of the Nigerian army and men of the Nigerian police force are battling militants at Hollywood in the Owutu area of Ikorodu, Lagos state. Seven killed.
The Rivers state amnesty committee has started the process of mopping up arms in Ogoni land, after a series of disarmament was done in other parts of Rivers.
The OPC has declared war against Niger Delta militants terrorising the south west especially Lagos and has vowed to collaborate with security operatives.
The deputy governor of Delta state, Kingsley Otuaro has urged militants to abort the plan to recommence bombing of oil installations in the Niger Delta region.
Officers of the police authorities in Abuja, have arrested a notorious Niger Delta Militant leader, in attempting to blow up the Third Mainland Bridge.
Buhari said the dialogue would afford both the government and the militants the opportunity to decide how the nation’s resources could be managed better.
The Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) in particular lost N1.5 trillion because of Niger Delta militant multiple attacks on its facilities in 2016.
Due to the spate of pipeline bombings perpetuated by militants in the Niger Delta region, the government is making plans to start transporting oil by rail.
Eleven people lost their lives when suspected former militants attacked Umuokeduru and Imeni communities in Imo state.
Militants dressed in military camouflage have abducted five poultry workers and two travelers in the Epe area of Lagos state.