- Revenge Quit notice: Niger Delta group defies brethren, rejects order and assures Yorubas, Hausa in the region of protection
- Anti-Igbo song: What we will do if any southerner living in the north is harmed - Niger Delta group fires warning to Arewa youths
- Agip under fire in Niger Delta as angry youths threaten to shut down oil company's operations
- We are planning something massive for September 30 - Niger Delta militants issue deadly warning
The federal government on Friday, July 21, said it has launched an investigation into the N1 trillion owed by the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).
A Niger Delta group, Niger Delta Young Leaders Stakeholders, (NDYLS) has backed the call for the restructuring of Nigeria, warning that there would be no oil...
Civil societies in the Niger Delta region have called for the immediate restructuring of Nigeria warning that failure to do so might lead to Nigeria's break-up.
The youth leaders are expected to come with a position that will serve as the blue print of the region's demand in the scheme of things in the country.
The federal government has increased the amnesty budget for the amnesty programme by N30billion. The former militants have showered praises of President Buhari.
The Niger Delta elders said they are concerned about environmental problems, the economic problem, the infrastructure problem and even the political problem.
Former militant commander, Israel Akpodoro, is not in support of the quit notice issued by some Niger Delta youths to northerners to quit the zone by October 1.
Isaac Adaka Boro was one of the early people who began the struggle for the emancipation of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. He declared Niger Delta republic.
Oil firms operating in the Niger Delta are yet to comply with the directive of the federal government to relocate operating headquarters to the region.
Niger Delta militants have issued fresh threats to northerners in the region to vacate before October first or they risk facing their wrath if they don't heed.
Chief Perekeme Richard Kpodoh, an APC chieftain, has said the administration of Bayelsa state Governor Seriake Dickson is saving lives of Bayelsa people
A former militant commander has revealed the identity of sponsors of the new militant group which vowed to crush oil installations in Delta state from June 30.
Gbaramatu chiefs have appealed to their Itsekiri neighbours to allow for peace as Nigeria Maritime University to set to take off in Okerenkokoin Delta state.
Ijaw youths of the Niger Delta are seeking friendship with youths of middle belt region of Nigeria. The friendship follows the youths quest for good governance.
Asides the Indigenous People of Biafra and the Movement for the Actualisation of a Sovereign State Of Biafra a Niger Delta group has threatened to secede.
The Pan-Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) has reacted to the quit notice issued by Arewa youths to Igbo living in the north, describing it as a treasonable offence.
Miss Nigeria Chioma Obiadi decided to write an open letter to President Donald Trump about Paris climate agreement and how it will affect Niger Delta.
A chief in Gbaramatu kingdom of Delta state, Chief Alfred Bubor, has been reported dead. He died at age 83 at Delta state university teaching hospital, Oghara.
The Buhari government is making a fresh loan application in order to complete the East-West Road in the Niger Delta which was left uncompleted by the GEJ govt
Mr. Usani Uguru who is the minister of Niger Delta affairs has revealed that the federal government has uncovered massive fraud between 2009 and 2015.
Suspected oil rebels attacked a gas pipeline in Nigeria’s restive south, breaking a fragile truce between them and the government, an oil company spokesman...
The search for most wanted militant commander, Government Ekpemukpolo, aka Tompolo, seems to have been abandoned by the federal government of Nigeria.