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“jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by olawalehenry(m): 7:10pm On Feb 04, 2015
Niger Delta activist Annkio Briggs speaks
during a support rally for President Goodluck
Jonathan in Port Harcourt on April 14, 2011
ahead of Presidential election on April 16.
Briggs, a female activist and founder of
Agape is a Birthright, an organisation that
monitors and reports on oil spills and gas
flaring in the Niger Delta, has mobilised
mostly youth support during a rally in Port
Harcourt to vote for President Goodluck
Jonathan. “Jonathan is son of a fisherman,
and if the son of a fisherman can be a
president, that means any Nigerian can make
it” said Briggs during the rally
A Niger Delta activist and the national
National convener of the Niger Delta Self
Determination Movement (NDSDM), Ms
Annkio Briggs, has said the whether president
Jonathan get re-elected or not, the people of
Niger Delta have resolved to emback on
agitation for the ownership of the oil this
year.
She also alledged that there were some
cabals in the country who believe that they
must control everything, saying the same
people were the one sabotaging the process.
Speaking in an interview with journalists
yesterday in Abuja, the Niger delta activist
revealed that the country will definitely see
agitation from her region very soon.
“I want Nigerians to understand that the
Niger Delta people have decided that whether
Jonathan the president of not the president in
2015 is no longer an issue for us because we
have to support him. Now whether is the
president or not the president, come 2015
Niger Delta will start agitating the ownership
of the oil, even if everybody does not do it,
some of us are going to do it and we are
going to do it untill we get what we want.
Other countries are practising ownership, we
must practice ownership.
“The land Niger Delta belong to me and not
you. You come from a particular region and I
can not claim North-east. Why is everybody
else claiming Niger Delta? Let us be realistic,
I come from Niger Delta, it is my place
therefore what is there is mine. But the
constitution of the 1999 says it is not, fine, I
don’t have to accept it, we don’t have to
accept it.”
Speaking further on agitation of ownership,
Annkio Briggs, explained that, “We will see
agitation from the Niger Delta. I am speaking
to you as the National convener of the Niger
Delta Self Determination Movement
(NDSDM), our project as we see it today is
that we are going to use every legal mean
available both within and outside Nigeria.
“We concided the oil companies and the
federal government of Nigeria thart are
operating in the Niger Delta as people that
are operating without our bonafide consent. It
doesn’t mean that by the constitution they
don’t have right to operate, they do but we
are saying that we do not accept that they
have such right. So we will pursue the legal
angle. We want the constitution to be
interpreted and when it is interpreted, we
want to see whethe that constitution is in our
favour or not, if it is not in our favour we want
to change it in our favour.
She cited America as example where the
country decided to leave their oil in the land,
adding that other mineral resources in the
Northern part of Nigeria were also leave in
the land, saying government should also
leave oil in the land.
Reacting to the insinuations that the final
reports of the defunct National Conference
has been torched, the Niger Delta activist
said “I as person who attended the
conference I am not surprise that any part of
the reports will be doctor because it is not the
delegates that have written the reports, it is
other people that have sat down to write the
reports, so there would be areas that people
object to but I am saying that in general, this
thing is not about one region alone, it is about
six regions that make up of Nigeria. It is not
about one ethnic group, it is about all the
over 250 groups that make up Nigeria,
whether Nigeria survive as a nation is
dependent on every one of us.
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by SeverusSnape(m): 7:12pm On Feb 04, 2015
I love this woman.

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by CHM11: 7:14pm On Feb 04, 2015
This oil!!!..this oil!!!!....
Source?

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Kennywills7(m): 7:22pm On Feb 04, 2015
Oil is becoming irrelevant as far as am concern
We should just forget about dis so called oil dat has corrupted dis country so badly
Lets focus on other sector of d economy
#Peace

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Idrismusty97(m): 7:29pm On Feb 04, 2015
Too bad when we finally leave the oil it would be worthless and Nigeria "Must" have found a better alternative. They just want to see some regions suffer because of their oil, they don't really care about all that blahblah craps she mentioned. We shall leave it very soon, don't worry.

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by saintikechi(m): 7:33pm On Feb 04, 2015
I see trouble brewing, nigeria is in God's hand.
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by borntosave: 7:36pm On Feb 04, 2015
Hmm
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Nobody: 7:39pm On Feb 04, 2015
na she get Niger delta....thid one way she carry the matter for head...let them drink their oil jooor

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by clevvermind(m): 7:41pm On Feb 04, 2015
SeverusSnape:
I love this woman.
she is so bold and fearless.

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by DaBullIT(m): 7:42pm On Feb 04, 2015
Since before Nigeria got its name, its been know that some bad elements among igbos as they are generally called are greedy , they love to chop alone , History has repeasted itself on several occassions and i assume it will again soon

All of this is all about money and OIL, Which they want to greedily sit on

As of today , OYEL is cheap , and there's no hope that price will soar again soon ,

For less than a million people to threaten one seventy million is just unfair

Loose talks will cause more tension

and GEJ or no GEJ , anyone who wishes to leave or break up the country through terrorism or militancy will loose their lives


ONE MAN ONE VOTE

NO VIOLENCE JUST VOTE

SAI BUHARI

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by clevvermind(m): 7:44pm On Feb 04, 2015
Kennywills7:
Oil is becoming irrelevant as far as am concern
We should just forget about dis so called oil dat has corrupted dis country so badly
Lets focus on other sector of d economy
#Peace
yes. you people should leave our oil for us. simple.

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Trailblazer1(m): 7:46pm On Feb 04, 2015
Instead make una dey beg them una still get mouth to dey yarn rubbish.

A beg aunty, unbehalf of Nairalanders, make una no start militancy again o

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Kennywills7(m): 7:46pm On Feb 04, 2015
clevvermind:
yes. you people should leave our oil for us. simple.
Bro i be wafi boy o
D oil is d reason everyone wants to b president
To continue stealing and oppression so let dem develop other sector so as to improve d lives of everyone
Bro d future of oil is not clear at d moment

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by citizenY(m): 7:47pm On Feb 04, 2015
Fair is fair, let us use the constitutional process.
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by clevvermind(m): 7:48pm On Feb 04, 2015
Kennywills7:

Bro i be wafi boy o
i nor sure. u nor dey talk like dat at all.

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Trailblazer1(m): 7:51pm On Feb 04, 2015
DaBullIT:
Since before Nigeria got its name, its been know that some bad elements among igbos as they are generally called are greedy , they love to chop alone , History has repeasted itself on several occassions and i assume it will again soon

All of this is all about money and OIL, Which they want to greedily sit on

As of today , OYEL is cheap , and there's no hope that price will soar again soon ,

For less than a million people to threaten one seventy million is just unfair

Loose talks will cause more tension

and GEJ or no GEJ , anyone who wishes to leave or break up the country through terrorism or militancy will loose their lives


ONE MAN ONE VOTE

NO VIOLENCE JUST VOTE

SAI BUHARI

What specie of ***** are you?
Wetin concern Igbo for this matter?
Na we say make your land dey barren?

My land is flowing with milk and horney keep hating.

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by CHM11: 7:53pm On Feb 04, 2015
DaBullIT:
Since before Nigeria got its name, its been know that some bad elements among igbos as they are generally called are greedy , they love to chop alone , History has repeasted itself on several occassions and i assume it will again soon

All of this is all about money and OIL, Which they want to greedily sit on

As of today , OYEL is cheap , and there's no hope that price will soar again soon ,

For less than a million people to threaten one seventy million is just unfair

Loose talks will cause more tension

and GEJ or no GEJ , anyone who wishes to leave or break up the country through terrorism or militancy will loose their lives


ONE MAN ONE VOTE

NO VIOLENCE JUST VOTE

SAI BUHARI
You don't sit in your comfort in Lagos or the north and talk without visiting these regions. I am from this region, work here and live here at the moment after spending all my years in Lagos.

Northerners want everything, they own almost all the oil wells, they get all the federal oil jobs with NNPC and ministries. Its just of recent that south south people are having a voice to talk and many are conscious of the things happening.

Its their resources, they have a right to it. He best is to pay tax to the government.... Every body's eye in this country is in the south south and its oil, this is why Nigeria is not developing because all major stake holders don't want to put their funding and energy into other sectors so they sabotage the system to get what they want without minding the adverse environmental, moral and social effects of oil exploration in the Niger Delta region.

If oil was in the North or the yoruba land will you be saying all this things you are saying?.... You have your own resources, develop them!!!.....nobody comes to drag toll gate money with LASG!!...its their own so they own it....

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Kennywills7(m): 7:54pm On Feb 04, 2015
clevvermind:
i nor sure. u nor dey talk like dat at all.
Bro i b comfirm warri boy
born and raise here bn to places too
I used to say d same thing but now i choose to think ahead
Oil is starting to lose its relevance
but i knw it can still feed d niger delta but even if we start controlling dis oil, d story will b d same as pple will still loot d money while others are suffering
corruption/oppression will also increase
Wot i want is a situation whereby d oil blocs will b control by d niger deltans and not d northerns

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by SeverusSnape(m): 7:56pm On Feb 04, 2015
clevvermind:
she is so bold and fearless.
Seriously, A resolute human right activist.

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by BlackTechnology: 7:56pm On Feb 04, 2015
Go develop your resources and leave that of the Nigerdeltans

It is only the spirit of covetousness and stealing that will cause a man to insist on that which do not belong to him


DaBullIT:
Since before Nigeria got its name, its been know that some bad elements among igbos as they are generally called are greedy , they love to chop alone , History has repeasted itself on several occassions and i assume it will again soon
All of this is all about money and OIL, Which they want to greedily sit on
As of today , OYEL is cheap , and there's no hope that price will soar again soon ,
For less than a million people to threaten one seventy million is just unfair
Loose talks will cause more tension
and GEJ or no GEJ , anyone who wishes to leave or break up the country through terrorism or militancy will loose their lives
ONE MAN ONE VOTE
NO VIOLENCE JUST VOTE
SAI BUHARI
Idrismusty97:
Too bad when we finally leave the oil it would be worthless and Nigeria "Must" have found a better alternative. They just want to see some regions suffer because of their oil, they don't really care about all that blahblah craps she mentioned. We shall leave it very soon, don't worry.
Kennywills7:
Oil is becoming irrelevant as far as am concern
We should just forget about dis so called oil dat has corrupted dis country so badly
Lets focus on other sector of d economy
#Peace
CHM11:
This oil!!!..this oil!!!!....
Source?
kallmemrB:
na she get Niger delta....thid one way she carry the matter for head...let them drink their oil jooor

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by 9jii(m): 7:58pm On Feb 04, 2015
This Advertising is too much when are they going to act?

silly loud mouth fellas.you can only cause more problem to your region.
check the history of any rebellion in Nigeria.

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by rusher14: 8:00pm On Feb 04, 2015
CHM11:

You don't sit in your comfort in Lagos or the north and talk without visiting these regions. I am from this region, work here and live here at the moment after spending all my years in Lagos.

Northerners want everything, they own almost all the oil wells, they get all the federal oil jobs with NNPC and ministries. Its just of recent that south south people are having a voice to talk and many are conscious of the things happening.

Its their resources, they have a right to it. He best is to pay tax to the government.... Every body's eye in this country is in the south south and its oil, this is why Nigeria is not developing because all major stake holders don't want to put their funding and energy into other sectors so they sabotage the system to get what they want without minding the adverse environmental, moral and social effects of oil exploration in the Niger Delta region.

If oil was in the North or the yoruba land will you be saying all this things you are saying?.... You have your own resources, develop them!!!.....nobody comes to drag toll gate money with LASG!!...its their own so they own it....
Sorry that's not true.
Please see list of all oil block holders -
Indigenous Operators


S/No

Name of Operator

LicenCe

Year of Award

Names of Directors/shareholders

1

Alfred James Petroleum

OPL 302

1991

Adewunmi Sijuade, Goke Sijuade, Adedeji Sijuade, Olayinka Sijude, Adeyemi Osiyemi and Femisola Awosika, with A.O Adeyinka as Chairman

2

Soglas Nigeria Limited

OPL 226

1991

Oscar P. Udoji, P.E Udoji, E.E. Nwosu, with J.O. Udoji as Chairman

3

NorthEast Petroleum

OPL 215, 840 &902

1991

Kommer Complex Limited, Nwokema Ngozi Mbu, Abubakar Jubril and Ashiru B. Aliu, A. Ayankoya with Saleh Jambo as Chairman

4

Optimum Petroleum

OPL 310

1992

R.D. Adelu, Yusuf N'jie and O.A. Aremu with Ibrahim Bunu as Chairman

5

Sunlink Petroleum

OPL 238 & OPL 311

1993

Olaniyi Olumide, Hayford Alile, Samuel Bolarinde, Richard Adelu, Martins Olisa, John Brunner and Emmanuel Ojei

6

Express Petroleum

OPL 108 & 227

1995

Ahmade Rufai, Tajudeen Dantata, Dalhatu Gwarzo, Lawan Omar with Aminu Alhassan Dantata as Chairman

7

Dubril Oil Co. Nigeria

OPL 96

1987

B.N. Itsueli, C.A. Itsueli, O.O. Itsueli, A.E. Ihuegbu with U.J. Itsueli as Chairman.

8

Amni Int. Petroleum

OPL 112 &117

1998 &1999

E.C Edozien, Tunde Afolabi with Sanni Bello as Chairman

9

Atlas Petroleum Int. Nig Ltd

OPL 109

1996

Umaru Ndanusa, Ikechukwu Joseph, Mohammadu Murtala with Arthur Eze as Chairman

10

Consolidated Oil

OPL 103, 458, 136

1993, 1998 &2006

O. Adenuga and Ebi Omatsola with Mike Adenuga as Chairman

11

Oriental Energy Resources

OPL 115

1999

Usman Danburan, Jibril Mohammed Indimi with Senior Mohammed Indimi as Chairman

12

Cavendish Petroleum Nig. Ltd

OPL 110

1996

Gambo Gubio with Mai Deribe as Chairman

13

Allied Energy Resources Nig. Ltd

OPL 120 & 121

2001

Mickey Lawal as Director with Kase Lawal as Chairman

14

Peak Petroleum

OPL 122

2001

Adekunle Olumide, W. Bolaji, Florence D. Oluokun and Ayodeji Oluokun with M.A. Oluokun as Chairman

15

Summit Oil Nig. Limited

OPL 205 and 206

1990

L.K.O Abiola, Radio Communications Nig. Ltd with M.K.O Abiola as Chairman

16

Crownwell Petroleum Ltd

OPL 305 AND 306

1993

S.K Adejumo with Sair Kuashi as Chairman

17

Famfa Oil Ltd

OPL 216 (OML 127)

1993

Folorunso Alakija wit Modupe Alakija as Chairman

18

MoniPulo

OPL 114, 239, 234, 231

1999, 2008, 2008, 2007

F.A. Agama with O.B. Lulu Briggs as Chairman

19

Yinka Folawiyo Pet. Company

OPL 113

1998

S.T. Folawiyo, T.B Folawiyo with W.I Folawiyo as Chairman

20

Zebbra Energy Limited

OPL 248

2004

S.A. Oloko, Boni Madubunyi, Zimako O. Zimako with A.B.C. Orjiako as Chairman

21

Oil and Gas Limited

OPL 249 and 140

2003, 2006

M.O. I drisu with Reggie Uduhim as Chairman

22

Continental Oil and Gas Limited

OPL 59

1998

Agbolade Paddy, Subair Shefiu with Mike Adenuga as Chairman

23

Emerald Energy Resources

OML 141

2001

J.O. Amaefule, P.L. Caldwell, A.C. Uzoigwe, Amos NUR, C.N. Chieri, Femi Akingbe, F.A. Njoku with Emmanuel Egbogah as Chairman

24

Oranto Petr. Limited

OPL 320

2002

Arthur Eze as Chairman

25

Dajo Oil Limited

OPL 320

2004

R.B. Domingo, M.O. Domingo, U.R. Domingo with Domingo Obande as Chairman

26

Malabu

OPL 245

Dan Etete as Chairman

27

Orient Energy

OPL 915, 916

N. Nwawka with Emeka Anyaoku as Chairman

28

Sahara Energy Exploration

OPL 284, 228, 332

2005, 2006

Buba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade as Diectors

29

Enageed Resources Limited

OPL 274

2007

Buba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade as Diectors

30

Seplat

OPL 4, 38, 41

2010

A.B.C. Orjiako and Austin Avuru

31

Ekcrest E & P Limited

OPL 40

2012

Emeka Offor as Chairman

32

First Hydrocarbon

OPL 26

2011

O.A Azazi as Chairman

33

Neconde

OPL 42

2011

Amesi Azudialu, John Umeh, Nnenna Obijesi

34

Niger Delta Western

OPL 34

2012

Olayiwola Fatona, David Richards, P.O. Balogun, T. Omisore

35

Transcorp

OPL 281

2011

Jim Ovia, Tony Elumelu, Femi Otedola, Funso Lawal, Jacob Ajekigbe, Tony Ezenna, Ndi Onyiuke Okereke, Fola Adeola and Nicholas Okoye

36

Starcrest, Cross River Energy & NPDC

OPL 242

2011

Emeka Offor, Chris Garuba

37

Starcrest

OPL 291

Emeka Offor, Gidado Idris, Yzoni Yaw

38

South Atlantic (SAPETRO)

OPL 264 (130)

1998

Miguel Guerrero, Joy Ikiebe, Guerrrero, with T.Y. Danjuma as Chairman

39

Oando

OPL 278, 236

2005, 2006

Magoro, J.A. Tinubu, O. Boyo, M.O. Osunsanya, O. Adeyemo, O. Akpata, Oba Gbadebo, A. Peppe and Appiah Korang

40

Ashbert

OPL 325

Albert Esiri, Ifeoma Esiri

41

Oil World

OPL 241

2007

Gbenga Olawapo, Adekunle Akintola, Ibukun Olawepo, Rachael Akintola

42

Pan Ocean

OPL 98, 275

1976, 2007

F.A. Fadeyi, M.D. Yuduf, S.D. Adeniyi

43

Cleanwater Consortium

OPL 289

2007

Arumeni-Ikhide Joseph, Okey Nzenwa, Abu Ibrahim

44

Afren Global Resources

OPL 907, 917

2005, 2008

Rilwan Lukman, Osmah Shahenshah, Evert Jan Mulder, Peter Bingham, Guy Pass, Bet Cooper, Constantine, Egbert Imomoh

45

Centrica/CCC/All Bright Consortium

OPL 276, 283

2005, 2006

Jake Mirica, John Sheers

46

Gas Transmission & Power Ltd

OPL 905

2005

Ahmed Joda, Babangida Hassan Katsina, Makoji Aduku, Abubakar Joda

47

Global Energy Company Limited

OPL 135

2005, 2010

S.A. Onabiyi, M.A. Koshoni, T.T. Anyansho, J.N. Obiago

48

New Nig. Devt. Company

OPL 733,809, 810,722

Northern State governors

49

Tenoil Petroleum Energy Services

OPL 2008

2007

Jim Ovia, Tony Elumelu, Femi Otedola, Funso Lawal, Jacob Ajekigbe, Tony Ezenna, Ndi Onyiuke Okereke, Fola Adeola, Nicholas Okoye, with Elumelu as Chairman

Marginal Fields Operators

S/No

Name of Company

Licence

Year of Award

Names of Directors/Shareholders

1

Niger Delta Company

Ogbele (OML 54)

1999

Aret Adams, Uduimo Itsueli, Sammy Olagbaju, David Richard, Udi Ibru and Fatona Layi

2

Prime Petr. Ltd & Suffolk Petr

Asaramaroru (OML 11)

2003

MacPepple Henry, Macpepple Joy, Macpepple Emmanuel, Macpepple Elfrida and Macpepple Victoria

3

Oriental Energy

Owok (OML 67), Ebok

2006, 2007

Alhaji Indimi, Usman Danburran

4

Universal Energy

Stubb Creek Field (OML 13/14

2003

Amana Nkoyo, Mianaekere Nelson, Abubakar Hayatou, Mboho Emmanuel, Ekpo Akpan, Inyang Etim (Akwa Ibom Govt)

5

Eurafric Energy Limited

Dawes Island (OML 54)

2003

Onoh Anthony, Onoh Christiana, Onoh Ngozi, George Udoekong, Nwauche Eastus

6

Pillar Oil Limited

Umusati/Igbuku (OML 56)

2003

Onosode G.O, Fadahunsi O, Amakiri J., Hassan-Katsina Usman, Tonwe Basife, Obaseki Godwin, Akoyomare Ambrose, Fisher Abayomi, Anaekwena Anthony, Avuru Spencer, Onosode Spencer, Hassan-Babangida

7

Bayelsa Oil Company

Atala (OML 46)

Bayelsa Govt, Brigidi David, Alamieyesheiga Anitonbrapa, Ifimain Ekine, Jonathan Selereipre, Enddeley Francis, Chinwetelu Chris, Willians E.J., Aliyu Abubakar

8

Movideo E&P

Ekeh (OML 88)

Idau Sadiq, Jacobs Kayode, Enahoro Victor, Mohammed Aishatu, Tugger Yusuf, Okwuaive Iyabo, Sadare Raymond

9

Bicta Energy

Ogedeh (OML 90)

Adesemowo G.A, Bashir MM, Onumodu Soye, Akinro C.A, Malberbe T. Unejei T

10

Guarantee Petrr & Owena Oil

Ororo (OML 95)

Rufus Giwa, Ayodele Johnson, Fayose Abiodun, Unuigbe Odion, Omobomi Samuel, Rotimi Luyi, Adefarati Tunde, Duyie Korede, Ojo Segun, Ogedengbe Dele, Aidi Abass, Adegbonmire Wunmi, Amoye Mofisco, Ebiseni Sola, Oladunni Solomon, Agoi-George Segun, Akinruntan F.E, Hassan AlGazali, Eburajolo Victor, S.A. Ajayi

11

Platform Petroleum Limited

Egboma (OML 38)

Edmund Daukoru, Avuru Austin, Amachi Moshe, Adegoke Oluwafeyisola, Addo-Bayero Nasir, Ewendu Chidi

12

Sogenal Ltd

Akepo (OML 90)

Funso Lawal, Joda Abubakar, Harriman Hope, Odu Bunmi, Edohoeket Samuel, Yahaya Mohammed, Dada Nicholas, Yellowe Kenneth

13

Chorus Energy

Amoji (OML 56)

Akerele Chris, Mamman Samaila, Ihetu G.S. Braide Kombo, Banks Nigel, Clubb James, Uhuegbulem Ben, Baba Gana Abba

14

Millennium Oil and Gas

Oza (OML 11)

Ali Chris, Maseli John, Karrs Sastry, Shama Yogi, Igweze Emeka, Bashir Farouk

15

Brittania U-Nigeria

Ajapa (OML 90)

Ifejika Uju, Ifejika Emmanuel, Omu Paul, Otiji Igwe, Ikpeme Ita, Cardoso Tokie, Okonkwo Annie, Inua Mogaji, Mbanefo Louis, Ombu AVM, Horsfall A.K., Ukpong Uche, Ogoro Emomena, Ifejika E.I, Umar Alhaji, Ikpele A.O

16

Network E & P

Qua Iboe (OML 13)

Ajose Adeogun Ladi, Adesomoju Akin Alex -Duduyemi, Adewusi Adebowale, Ifode Yeletide, Gasau Ismaila Musa, John Etop, Olagbede Olufemi

17

Waltersmith Petroman & Morris Petr.

Ibigwe (OML 16)

Isa Abdulrasak, Saleh Danjuma, Utomvie Nyingi, Ita Princess, Okoli Ndubuisi, Kakpovie Anthony, Okpala Eugene, Idrisu Mammudu, Idrisu Lawal, Isokrari Ombo, Nzeakor Nick, Abdulsalami Abdul, Nwabudo Ignatius

18

Midwestern Oil & Gas & Suntrust Oil

Umsadege (OML 56 )

Igbokwe Ken, Afejuku Anthony, Daultry Akpeti, Sagoe Kweku-Mensah, Gambo Lawan, Oshevire William, Mordi Sylvanus, Maidoh Daniel, Fatayi-Williams Babatunde, Mohammed Waziri, Emerhor Otega, Dublin-Green Winston, Mohammed Abubakar, Oduah Stella, Okafor Ugo and Baba-Ahmed Mouftah

19

Independent Energy Limited

Ofa (OML 30)

Ikelionwu Emeka, Ohunmwangho Steve, Yar'Adua Murtala, Okudu Anthony, Bello Shamsudeen, Obaoye Michael, Monanuma

20

Del Sigma

KE (OML 55)

Amachree Sokeiprim, Ungbuku K.D., Bakut J.I, Chaff Kabiru

21

Associated Oil & Dansaki Petroleum

Tom Shot Bank (OML 14)

Machunga Laraba, Gwadah Bitus, Balat Isaiah, Uzor Azuka, Ibok Udo, Uzoechi Isaac, Kadiri Samuel, Afolabi Aderenlr, Yinka Aina

22

Frontier Oil Limited

Uquo (OML 13)

Dada Thomas, Lolomari Odoliyi, Kolade Victor, Yisa Solomon, Nwasikeobi, Alechenu Emmanuel, Bello Falalu

23

Energia Limited & Oando Prod. Devt Ltd

Ebendo/Obodeti (OML 56)

Horsfall A.U, Aribeana Stephen, Shawley Cooker, Bello Lawal, Ene Emeka, Afolabi Ade, Coker Sam, Esiri Albert, Dibiaezue Ifeoma, Hammad Charles, Macgregor Olushola, Oando

24

Goland Petroleum Devt. Company

Oriri (OML 88)

Kingsley Ngelale, Mogaji Gambo, Slako Johnson, Anthony Dotimi

25

Excel Exploration & Production

Eremor (OML 46)

Abiodun Awosika as shareholder

26

Sahara Energy & African Oil Ltd.

Tsekelewu (OML 40)

Baba Lawal, Cole Tonye, Odunsi Ade, Adeniji Titi, Akinla Ladipo, Bently John, Ciroma Musa, Odili Obi F., Du-Frayer

27

Green Energy International Ltd

Otakikpo

A.A. Olojede as shareholder

28

All Grace Energy

Ubima (OML 46)

Adeola Adenikinju, Sola Alabi

Source: http://www.thisdaylive.com/articles/real-ownership-of-indigenous-oil-blocks-revealed/142113/

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by CHM11: 8:01pm On Feb 04, 2015
BlackTechnology:
Go develop your resources and leave that of the Nigerdeltans

It is only the spirit of covetousness and stealing that will cause a man to insist on that which do not belong to him


See this man dey mention me oh,
I am a real advocate for resource control, even if oil is 10USDpB, I still want the south south to control its resources!!!!....its theirs for heavens sake!!..... If this oil was in the North or the Yoruba land we will not be saying all this thing we are saying..they would have had resource control since discovery!!!!
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Kennywills7(m): 8:01pm On Feb 04, 2015
kallmemrB:
na she get Niger delta....thid one way she carry the matter for head...let them drink their oil jooor
The oil is d reason y dis country is still together ok
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by clevvermind(m): 8:03pm On Feb 04, 2015
Kennywills7:

Bro i b comfirm warri boy
born and raise here bn to places too
I used to say d same thing but now i choose to think ahead
Oil is starting to lose its relevance
but i knw it can still feed d niger delta but even if we start controlling dis oil, d story will b d same as pple will still loot d money while others are suffering
corruption/oppression will also increase
Wot i want is a situation whereby d oil blocs will b control by d niger deltans and not d northerns
i'm satisfied now. we want to be in control. don't worry oil will regain its relevance.
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by BlackTechnology: 8:04pm On Feb 04, 2015
CHM11:

See this man dey mention me oh,
I am a real advocate for resource control, even if oil is 10USDpB, I still want the south south to control its resources!!!!....its theirs for heavens sake!!..... If this oil was in the North or the Yoruba land we will not be saying all this thing we are saying..they would have had resource control since discovery!!!!


Sorry sir


I made mistake


How your family. cool
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Nobody: 8:09pm On Feb 04, 2015
BlackTechnology:
Go develop your resources and leave that of the Nigerdeltans

It is only the spirit of covetousness and stealing that will cause a man to insist on that which do not belong to him


becos Nigerdelta is under Ghana,Chad or Benin rep abiii?

stop hyping niger deltans....let them form a republic if their so desperate
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by CHM11: 8:12pm On Feb 04, 2015
rusher14:

Sorry that's not true.
Please see list of all oil block holders -
Indigenous Operators

You sound like a very smart NIGERIAN, but you didn't comment as a Nigerian.

Is Tinubu the owner of TVC and Oriental Hotel in the media??
This is Nigeria, and all these names you are quoting here are just salary earners on the board. The real owners of these companies don't make noise, they make money!!.... You Even mentioned my brothers company self and see the name under it...hahahahahaha,..lwkmd. ...Bro this is Nigeria!!!....
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by Kennywills7(m): 8:12pm On Feb 04, 2015
BlackTechnology:
Go develop your resources and leave that of the Nigerdeltans

It is only the spirit of covetousness and stealing that will cause a man to insist on that which do not belong to him


Bros d oil belong to u and i because am also from d niger delta and from an oil producing community too
so chill
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by DaBullIT(m): 8:13pm On Feb 04, 2015
BlackTechnology:
Go develop your resources and leave that of the Nigerdeltans

It is only the spirit of covetousness and stealing that will cause a man to insist on that which do not belong to him


What is this one saying shocked
Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by CHM11: 8:16pm On Feb 04, 2015
BlackTechnology:



Sorry sir


I made mistake


How your family. cool
Lol them dey jare,.. Waiting for this February to pass so everybody go shut up small.
If them mallam like make them dey kill their own children dey go for North.... Heartless people...

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Re: “jonathan Or Not, Niger Delta ‘ll Resume Militancy This Year” – Annkio Briggs by DaBullIT(m): 8:18pm On Feb 04, 2015
Still proving my point , [size=28pt]GREED
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It's their resources as if they have not been benefiting from Nigeria as a whole , constitution clearly defines that all mineral resources belongs to the Federal Government so does all Lands , So because it is in Niger Delta a region governed by the same Constitution . doesn't mean it belongs solely to Niger Deltans

Your comment shows the mentality of an average greedy and corrupt Nigerian from '' THIS REGION''
CHM11:

You don't sit in your comfort in Lagos or the north and talk without visiting these regions. I am from this region, work here and live here at the moment after spending all my years in Lagos.

Northerners want everything, they own almost all the oil wells, they get all the federal oil jobs with NNPC and ministries. Its just of recent that south south people are having a voice to talk and many are conscious of the things happening.

Its their resources, they have a right to it. He best is to pay tax to the government.... Every body's eye in this country is in the south south and its oil, this is why Nigeria is not developing because all major stake holders don't want to put their funding and energy into other sectors so they sabotage the system to get what they want without minding the adverse environmental, moral and social effects of oil exploration in the Niger Delta region.

If oil was in the North or the yoruba land will you be saying all this things you are saying?.... You have your own resources, develop them!!!.....nobody comes to drag toll gate money with LASG!!...its their own so they own it....

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