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13 June 2016, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt — Long before oil and gas were discovered in their territories, the ethnic minorities of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria were unsure of their future in a federation with the three major tribes of Nigeria; worried about the naked competition for dominance by...

07 March 2016, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt — There were three basic reasons Nigerians wanted Muhammadu Buhari back in the presidential saddle: he had...

02 December 2015, Sweetcrude, London – I write for you, Sourah the tailor; stitch by stitch you have built a life that is, unfortunately, only an...

05 December 2015, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – It was six weeks of total madness in the Niger Delta city of Port Harcourt where at the height of the...

08 November 2015, Sweetcrude, Lagos – In 1999, the Federal Military Government rolled out the Deep Offshore and Inland Basin Production Sharing Contracts...

11 October 2015, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – The appointment was very Nigerian: leaked to the foreign media while the president was attending the...

07 September 2015, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – It might have started as a misinterpretation of the forays of British Petroleum and Amoco in the Middle...

` Niger Delta Question 09 August 2015, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – Nigeria is a federation comprising 36 states reproduced out of the three original...

11 July 2015, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – New York, 1948, Charles Scribners Sons published Alan Paton’s novel, “Cry, the Beloved Country,”...

08 June 2015, Sweetcrude, Port Harcourt – Last year the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Nigeria’s operating partner of the Joint Venture...