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  • Ogoni Clean-up: Why HYPREP matters

    By Joseph Kpoobari Nafo

    Recently a Non-Governmental Organization, Environmental Rights Action, ERA/Friends of the Earth Nigeria – through its Executive Director, Dr. Godwin Uyi Ojo – called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to scrap the Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation, HYPREP.

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  • Fact sheet on the Ogoni Cleanup so far – HYPREP

    The HYPREP Coordination Office, under the leadership of Dr. Marvin Dekil, the Project Coordinator, has carried out the following key activities so far:

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  • Osinbajo launches TraderMoni in Cross River State

    Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, on Tuesday flagged off Federal Government programme tagged Trader-Moni at the popular Watt Market in Cross River State.

    Trader-Moni provides petty traders collateral-free loans of N10,000. The loans are repayable over a period of six months.

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  • Modular Refineries: FG secures N179.9BN loan from China

    The Federal Government has secured a $500 million (about N179.9 billion) facility from the Export Import Bank of China (CEXIM) through the Bank of Industry (BOI) for the establishment of modular refineries and the Flare Gas Recovery Programme in Nigeria.

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  • 2, 835 Graduates Vie For NDDC’s Foreign Scholarship

    The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, has conducted Computer-Based Tests for 2,835 candidates out of the over 4,000 that applied for the Commission’s Post-Graduate Foreign Scholarship Scheme for 2018.

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Recent News

TANGIBLE RESULTS OF THE NEW VISION FOR NIGER DELTA

Nigerian Maritime University

Approval of a 2017 commencement date for the stalled Nigerian Maritime University in Delta State

Presidential Amnesty Programme

Approval by president Buhari of an additional N35bn for the 2016 budget of the Presidential Amnesty Programme

Modular Refineries

Approval for the establishment of Modular Refineries across the nine states of the Niger Delta

Abandoned Projects

Resumption of Construction work on abandoned projects across the Niger Delta, including the all-important East-West Road

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