Pollution: Hunger Looms in Oil Producing Communities in Niger Delta as means of Livelihood Collapse

A non governmental organization, Center for Peace and Environmental Justice has raised concern over looming hunger in oil impacted communities in the Niger Delta. The national coordinator of the NGO, Comrade Sheriff Mulade who recently embarked on environmental tour around some communities in the Delta creeks lamented that the pollution in the environment has gotten […]

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2019: Unemployment, Hardship, Insecurity, Bad Roads, Communal Clashes Threaten Okowa’s Re-election Bid

The Center for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ) has called on Governor Ifeanyi Okowa to address what it called hardship and unemployment being experienced in Delta state. CEPEJ, a Non Governmental Organisation made this call in a statement issued by its national coordinator, Comrade Sheriff Mulade, in Paris, France. “The call became necessary following the […]

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CEPEJ WARNS AGAINST DANGERS OF INDISCRIMINATE DISPOSAL OF PLASTICS

The National Coordinator Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ), Comr.Sheriff Mulade has appealed to Nigerians and particularly the people of Niger Delta region,to reduce the use of plastics to protect the environment. The foremost NGO boss of Delta State made the appeal in Abuja today to commemorate the 2018 World Environment Day (WED). According […]

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NGO REGULATION BILL, A THREAT TO CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS(CSOs) – Mulade

The Coordinator, Centre for Peace and Environmental(CEPEJ) Comrade Sheriff Mulade has said the move by National Assembly to enact  NGO Regulation Bill that seeks to register and regulate Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) is unfortunate. Comrade Mulade who spoke at a one-day seminar on “The Role of CSOs and the Media in the Promotion of sustainable […]

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If Political official holders Sacrifice Six Months’ Pay, Nigeria will get out of recession – Activist

A Niger Delta Activist , Comrade Sheriff Mulade has urged President Muhammadu Buhari not to sell the National Assets to bail the country out of Recession, imploring the President and elected officials to sacrifice their six months’ pay to get the country out of the woods. Comrade Mulade who is also the National Coordinator Of […]

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CEPEJ SLAMS IOCS, MILITANTS, OIL BUNKERERS FOR CONTINUOUS DESTRUCTION OF ENVIRONMENT

A Niger Delta based NGO, Center for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ) has decried the alleged continued destruction of the environment in the oil-rich Niger Delta Region by Multinational Oil Companies, pipe vandals and illegal oil bunkerers, insisting they must halt their cruel activities now to save the deteriorating environment. National Coordinator of CEPEJ, Comrade […]

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Your action is destroying Niger Delta environment – NGO pleads with militants

The Center for Peace and Environmental Justice, CEPEJ, a Niger Delta based NGO, has urged the Niger Delta Avengers to stop further destruction of the deteriorated environment. The Center believes that although it is important to peacefully agitate for the development of the region, it is wrong to destroy the environment in the process because […]

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CEPEJ carpets Wike, Amaechi over violence in Rivers re-run polls

Disturbed by the degree of violence that marred last Saturday’s rerun election in Rivers State, a Niger Delta based Non-Government Organization, Center for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ), has called on Governor Nysome Wike and the Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon Rotimi Aamaechi to rein in their loyalists. The Center condemned in its entirety the […]

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Ten eminent Africans, agencies get Africa Peace and Environment Award

The selection committee in the forthcoming Peace and Environmental Conference billed for Accra, Ghana, November 7, next week has announced names of 10 eminent Africans and organization as recipient for the 2014 Peace and Environmental Africa Award. The Award selection committee headed by Dr. (Mrs) Bernice Heloo, a Ghanian deputy minister of Environment, Science, Technology […]

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