Author Archives: Chief Oyibo

U.S. & U.K, Meet Militants� Negotiator

Abuja has tied the re-opening of closed oil wells in the Niger Delta to the release of the three remaining abducted expatriates. But there are indications that the dialogue initiated by the hostage takers, the Movement for Emancipation of Niger … read more

Census Air Travel Update

Following the planned restriction in movement during the National Census period of Tuesday 21st through Friday 24th March 2006, we are pleased to advise you of Travel during the Census period as follows: DOMESTIC TRAVEL Aero Contractors and Virgin Nigeria … read more

Militants separate oil worker hostages

Reuters) – Nigerian militants said on Wednesday they had separated three foreign oil workers in their captivity for strategic reasons, but did not intend to kill them. The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta has been holding two … read more

MEND plans major military offensive

The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delt(MEND)said that it is preparing a major attack on the Nigerian Army and on international oil installations in the southern Niger delta region. “The following days will be bleak for the Nigerian … read more

Firm to Engage 1,500 Youths

As a means of stemming the rising number of jobless youths in Nigeria, especially in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, a multinational oil service firm, Saipem Nigeria Limited is to engage 1, 5000 youths. The youths, who are to be … read more

Delta, IYC Raise Hope On Hostages

Delta State Commissioner for Information, Dr. Festus Gozien Okubor says negotiators with the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), have achieved major breakthrough and that soon the remaining three hostages would be released. Okubor however called on … read more

Security Report – Week 10

GENERAL � Nigerian militants killed five (05) soldiers on March 08 2006 in a firefight during an attack by the army in the southern Niger Delta, and threatened reprisals against the military and oil company Royal Dutch Shell. It was … read more