The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) has dissociated itself from covert negotiations for the immediate commencement of oil extraction in Ogoni between the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company Limited (NPDC) and some bribed Ogoni natives and warned that the corporation will be held responsible for any crisis that may engulf the community. MOSOP has thus warned the company to steer clear of the Ogoni nation.

As the world celebrates the World Environment Day June 5, the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) has again called on the federal government to, without further delay, take concrete post-launch steps relating to the implementation of the UNEP environmental assessment report on Ogoniland.

The umbrella organization of the Ogoni people, The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) wishes to express its pleasure over the renewed commitment of the federal government to speedily commence the implementation of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) report on Ogoniland.

WELCOME REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT OF MOSOP , MR. LEGBORSI SARO PYAGBARA DURING THE STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATIVE MEETING BETWEEN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND OGONIPEOPLE ON THE UNEP REPORT HELD ON FRIDAY, 4THMARCH 2016 AT THE PEACE AND FREEDOM CENTRE, BORI.

The President of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP), Mr. Legborsi Saro Pyagbara has reiterated his condemnation of the military invasion in Ogoni communities that took place on Monday 22/02/2016 and Tuesday 23/02/2016, which led to the wanton destruction of lives and properties in Yeghe community including the home of Solomon Ndigbara and the subsequent reprisal vandalisation of the campaign office of Senator Magnus Abe and loss of several lives in Bori and its environs.

The apex organisation of the Ogoni people, MOSOP, is outraged and condemns in strong terms the invasion of Ogoni communities by the Nigerian military and demand from government the immediate withdrawal of the invading soldiers.

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