Everything Occupy Nigeria

Everything Occupy Nigeria

Sources at the Crown Prosecution Services in the UK have debunked reports that appeared today in an online publication claiming that British authorities had dropped money laundering charges against...
Occupy Port Harcourt has called on all protesting Nigerians to organize and mobilize into a United Action for true Democracy and New Nigeria in which class oppression, ethnic marginalisation and...
From London, to Accra, to Washington, D.C., to New York City, the Nigerian diaspora has organized rallies in solidarity with the ongoing struggle in Nigeria against austerity measures imposed by the...
The Kaduna state government has lifted what remained of a largely ineffective dusk-to dusk curfew in the state according to Reuben Buhari, Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, to the state...
On January 1st 2012, the Nigerian people at home and in the Diaspora awoke to the unitary imposition of Petroleum Taxes on the citizens of the United Nations of Nigeria. This precipitous decision by...
The Niger Delta Civil Society Coalition (NDCSC) has reiterated its full support of the critical civil society organizations in the region,  to the ongoing struggle to assure quality democracy...
Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka has described as a “gross betrayal,” the flooding of the streets of Lagos with armed soldiers.  
Organizers of today's march, the Joint Action Front (JAF) in Lagos has condemned the ‘militarization’ of Nigeria, and reiterated that no amount of intimidation or harassment can make it...
Members of the Joint Action Front (JAF) met earlier today at the Labour House in Surulere, Lagos to discuss strategies for sustaining public protests in the face of the Jonathan administration's use...
Former governor of Kaduna state, Alhaji Balarabe Musa and Comrade Shehu Sanni, the president of the Civil Rights Congress led protesters on the streets of Kaduna today. The protesters marched ...