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politics of oil and the development of underdevelopment in the Niger Delta

by Kimse Okoko

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Published by University of Port Harcourt Press in Port Harcourt, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum industry and trade -- Economic aspects -- Nigeria.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes..

    Statementby Kimse Okoko, Johnson N. Nna, Ibaba S. Ibaba.
    ContributionsNna, Johnson N., Ibaba, Ibaba S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9577.N52 O39 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 212 p. ;
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16949689M
    ISBN 109780746846
    ISBN 109789780746841
    LC Control Number2008406444

      In order to address this fundamental obstacle to development in the region, in June then-President Yar’Adua announced a policy of amnesty for any and all Delta militants, to last from August 4, , until October 4, 17 The offer of amnesty, and the subsequent plan for the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of the militants, was widely accepted Author: James Davis. He has the right to aspire for any higher office, if he so chooses, but what is unacceptable and most undignified, is his desire to denigrate the cry of the Niger-Delta people for true federalism, by ascribing the underdevelopment of the Northern part of Nigeria to the 13 percent oil allocation, distributed from oil and gas revenue to some.

    However, the legislation on the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, in has further extended the frontiers of the Niger Delta to include Abia, Imo and Ondo States, thus making the. The Niger Delta Development Board (NDDB) established in by the Niger Delta Development Act () based on the recommendations of the Willink‘s Commission. The Oil and Mineral Producing Area Development Commission (OMPADEC) created by Decree 23 of The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) set up in File Size: 1MB.

      An examination of the origins, nature and trend of capitalist development promoted by Shell and the Nigerian State in the Delta region. Omoweh incorporates a critical analysis of how the environment and economies of oil producing countries have been steadily damaged over the years by Shell and the state, in comparison with the actions of other foreign Author: Daniel A. Omoweh. The problems and challenges of the Niger Delta predate Nigeria as a Republic. The resultant violence can be traced to , when the late Isaac Boro and his colleagues attempted to secede from Nigeria due, in large part, to the underdevelopment of the region.


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Politics of oil and the development of underdevelopment in the Niger Delta by Kimse Okoko Download PDF EPUB FB2

For centuries, the people of the Niger Delta were content to engage in farming, fishing and other endeavours, unaware that underneath their soil was one of nature’s most prized minerals, Petroleum.

With the discovery of oil by Shell D’Archy, the forerunner of Shell Petroleum Development Corporation in at Oloibiri, Bayelsa State and its consequent exportation. REAL REASONS NDDC IS A CASH COW FOR POLITICIANS EMEKA AMAEFULA All efforts by the agitating groups in Niger Delta for even development of their communities from the revenue generated and accruing from the hydrocarbon extractions and exploitation may have after all hit the rocks.

This may not be unconnected with the gerrymandering cosmetic work [ ]. Niger Delta crisis is one of the issues confronting the government over the years in Nigeria. The Region significantly contributes to the development of the country through her oil-rich.

Sabella Abidde in Nigeria's Niger Delta, has presented an exposé of the political, social, and economic crises arising from oil exploration and exploitation in Nigeria's economic basket, the Niger Delta. This is an indictment of the Nigerian political elites who, through corrupt practices, have brought the country to her knees and created Format: Hardcover.

Corruption in the Underdevelopment of the Niger Delta in Nigeria by Daniel Egiegba Agbiboa [email protected] Center of Development Studies University of Cambridge & Benjamin Maiangwa [email protected] Institute for Sustainability and Peace United Nations UniversityAbstract:This paper rethinks corruption as the ‘curse’ of development and political stability in the NigerDelta.

The study seeks to evaluate the environmental problems associated with oil exploration and exploitation in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria on one part with a. This, Shell takes advantage of and operates with reckless abandon in the Niger Delta. This book is, therefore a compulsory text for scholars, policy makers, non-governmental organizations and international development agencies interested in turning the table of underdevelopment of the Niger Delta of : Paperback.

Shell, the State and Underdevelopment of the Niger Delta of Nigeria: A Study in Environmental Degradation deals with the origins, nature and trend of capitalist development promoted by Shell Petroleum Development Company (Shell) and the Nigerian State in the Delta region.

It is no longer in doubt after the Ogoni uprising that the activities of Shell, the largest oil transnational. Source: Niger Delta Human Development Report, Conclusion.

This study has x-rayed problem of environmental degradation and pollution in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria that is occasioned by oil mineral exploitation and exploration. Offering solution ideas for Niger-Delta development and the promotion of a peaceful coexistence, this comprehensive volume proposes hopeful, yet powerful arguments for the Niger-Delta region.

Category: Political Science The Political Economy Of Development And Underdevelopment In. Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.4, No, ‘Oil Politics’ and Development in Nigeria EGHWEREE, OGHNERUONAH. The Development of Underdevelopment in Andoni (Obolo) of the Niger Delta Modern-day Andoni (Obolo) is a manifest product of the interaction of external factors of near perpetual subjugation and internal social forces of : O.

Asuk. Oil and Insurgency in the Niger Delta: Managing the Complex Politics of Petro-Violence. Cyril Obi and Siri Aas Rustad (Eds). Zed Books, London and New York, Pp. ISBN.

1 0 (pb). £ Obi and Rustad’s edited volume provides up-to-date analysis and insight into the complex dynamics of petro-violence in the Niger Delta. This is essentially because the pervasive crisis of underdevelopment which underlies various forms of social and armed conflict in the region remains this light, this book attempts a peak into the ever unfolding dimensions and trajectories of human insecurity in the Niger-Delta pp.

Englisch. Seller Inventory #   Table III The Major Oil Companies Operating in the Niger Delta S/N Oil Company Shareholders Operators Share of National Production 1 Shell Petroleum NNPC% Shell 42% Development Shell% (SPDC) Elf% Agip-5% 2 Mobil Producing NNPC% Mobil 21% Nigeria Mobil% 3 Chevron Nigeria NNPC% Chevron 19% Chevron% 4 Nigeria Agip.

Natural Resources, Conflict, and Sustainable Development explores the case of Nigeria and the Niger Delta oil-producing region - both typically seen as exemplary cases of failed oil development - in new and compelling ways, and provides a provocative and complex analysis of the complex historical and political forces which have shaped the.

Shell Petroleum Development Company, the state and underdevelopment of Nigeria's Niger Delta: a study in environmental degradation / Daniel A. Omoweh. HD N53 N The new kings of crude: China, India, and the global struggle for oil in Sudan and South Sudan /.

Development in the Niger Delta is vital not only to the stability and prosperity of Nigeria, but also to global energy security.

This book provides unique insights into the challenges of development and peace building in the Niger Delta, and insights into other resource-rich but poverty-stricken, conflict-prone regions of the world.

The problems and challenges of the Niger Delta predate Nigeria as a Republic. The resultant violence can be traced towhen the late Isaac Boro and his colleagues attempted to secede from Nigeria due, in large part, to the underdevelopment of the region.

Historical reality aside, since Pages: using the frustration agressioin theory to explain the conflict of niger delta and the federal government of Nigeria Abstract For years, the people of the Niger Delta were at logger-head with the Nigerian government.

Get this from a library! NIGERIA'S NIGER DELTA: militancy, amnesty, and the postamnesty environment. [SABELLA OGBOBODE ABIDDE] -- This book examines the factors contributing to the Niger Delta crisis and explains why, in spite of the billions of dollars devoted to the presidential amnesty program, peace has eluded the region.ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: xxvi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Pt.

I SITUATING THE REPUBLIC AND THE CRISIS Nigeria: The State and Its Institutions Situating the Niger Delta Crisis, Underdevelopment and the Glaring Reality of the Niger Delta, The U.S.

and .Abstract The Niger Delta is the focal point of Oil and gas production in Nigeria, and the region epitomizes a dialectics of wealth and power. Where as, the wealth generated from the ethnic minorities populated region is the heart of the Nigerian economy, the area paradoxically wallows in abject poverty, marginalization and underdevelopment.