The Niger Delta and the Politics of Usable Nigerians | by Omolade Adunbi

Life expectancy in the Niger Delta averages just 40 years, compared to between 53 and 55 within Nigeria as a whole. Yet, the Nigerian state and the multinational corporations operating in the Niger Delta have refused to address the historical processes that led from a ‘usable’ Niger Delta of the 1950s, to a current population … More The Niger Delta and the Politics of Usable Nigerians | by Omolade Adunbi

The Disenfranchisement of a Generation in the Niger-Delta: Reflections of a Community Development Worker. | by Anonymous

Author: Anonymous (Due to the relatively sensitive nature of the topic, the writer has asked for their name not to be revealed.) Country: Nigeria As part of a series in the run up to the Nigerian elections on the 28th of March, this blog has chosen to focus on a set of persistent issues which … More The Disenfranchisement of a Generation in the Niger-Delta: Reflections of a Community Development Worker. | by Anonymous