Why Niger Delta Will Remain underdeveloped

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By Comrade Timi Coleman

One of the major problem I discovered militating against Niger Delta development and progress is the activities of some group charlatans which I call Human Wrong Activists disguising to be Human Right Activists. These Human wrong activists are now partisan politicians whose sees nothing wrong with the injustice done, human right abuse in the Niger delta region by Niger Delians. They subjectthemselves to antagonize any political party that is not popular in the region but display aparthy and mute to loots, financial mismanagement, non execution of projects among others. Where do we go from here? They say charity begins from home! Until the cleansing, reactionary, opposition, begin from home (Niger delta) expect the same result. Despite the interventionist commissions the story has not changed because these so call human wrong activists buy pages of newspapers to cover them up. I was a child now I’m a man, Niger delta agitation remain the same demands marginalization, no road, no drinkable water, no development, unemployment, no companies, neglect, etc it’s hightime we call spade a spade! Most annoying, these human wrong activists have turn themselves to professional thugs, bill box snatchers, riggers, betrayals, blackmailers, ……

To those masking to be Human Right Activists note that human right activism is an apolitical movement towards campaigning, promoting, and protecting variation of human rights. Any definition devoid of the above is human wrong activism.

Below are some notable activists that you can hardly identify to one political party or the other; Aminu Kano, Ayo Fasanmi, Bamidele Aturu, Dele Giwa, Fela Kuti, Belo Ransome Kuti, Sonny Okosun, Ola Oni, Monastic Jr., Kenneth Uwadi, Nyakno Udoette, Tope Salami, Godman Timilehin, Emmanuel Onwubiko, Bisi Adeleye, Fayemi etc.
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