Ending Cultism in the Niger Delta – Policy Weekly, Vol.2 Issue 20

Unemployment and Underemployment in Nigeria (Q3 2018)
June 20, 2019
Opinion: The danger of an African passport
June 25, 2019

The Niger Delta region of Nigeria has been described as one of the most polluted and underdeveloped areas in comparison to other deltas of the world (Etekpe, 2009; Asuka, 2010). The region is also embroiled in various forms of violent conflicts.

Nevertheless, a reprieve was achieved when the Federal Government of Nigeria launched in 2009 the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) for ex-agitators in the region.

Africa’s Pulse 2019 – A World Bank Report

Strategic Implementation Work Plan (SIWP) for Development in the Niger Delta (2017 – 2019)

Niger Delta Search for Sustainable Peace

Niger Delta Conflict Tracker (March – April 2019)

The PAP is a comprehensive peacebuilding program anchored on disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) with the aim of arresting youth restiveness in the region. Despite this effort, sustainable peace has remained elusive as the region remains trapped in violence (Ibaba, & Etekpe, 2013).




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