The indigenous peoples of the Lower Niger have been engaged in a struggle for self-determination since the right to determine our own fate by ourselves in today’s Nigeria was snatched from us on May 24, 1966 by the imposition of Unification Decree No. 34 by the military juntas that had ruled the country for most of the past half a century. Self-determination struggle has been pursued under the auspices of MASSOB, IPOB, BILIE, MEND etc. The Self-determination Blog category aggregates important developments in this struggle, which may be in forms of news articles and commentaries, for the information and enlightenment of our guests.

To Avoid a Failed State, Nigerian Elites Must Mobilize & Enlighten the Youths/Masses to Seek a People’s Constitution That Guarantees Justice for All – Omirhobo

2021-11-23T12:20:59-05:00
To Avoid a Failed State, Nigerian Elites Must Mobilize & Enlighten the Youths/Masses to Seek a People’s Constitution That Guarantees Justice for All – Omirhobo2021-11-23T12:20:59-05:00

Nigerian Stakeholders Have the Inalienable Right to Self-determination Within the Context of a Unified Nigeria or Outside of It – Olalemi

2021-10-10T12:30:54-04:00
Nigerian Stakeholders Have the Inalienable Right to Self-determination Within the Context of a Unified Nigeria or Outside of It – Olalemi2021-10-10T12:30:54-04:00

The Cauldron of Deadly Violence That Used to be Confined to the Niger Delta, Northeast and Northcentral Zones Has Now Spread to the Southeast

2021-10-07T13:24:10-04:00
The Cauldron of Deadly Violence That Used to be Confined to the Niger Delta, Northeast and Northcentral Zones Has Now Spread to the Southeast2021-10-07T13:24:10-04:00
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