INCESSANT MILITANCY IN NIGERIA’S NIGER DELTA REGION- EXPLORE THE ROLE OF GREED AND GRIEVANCE

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Preface
Chapter 1
Introduction
History of the Niger Delta
Geography of the Niger Delta
Chapter 2
2.1. Causes of militancy in the Niger Delta
2.1.1. The role of greed and grievance
Chapter 3
3.1. Solutions to militancy in the Niger Delta
References

INTRODUCTION
The Niger Delta is the delta of the Niger River sitting directly on the Gulf of Guinea on the Atlantic Ocean in Nigeria. It is typically considered to be located within nine coastal southern Nigerian states, which include: all six states from the South South geopolitical zone, one state (Ondo) from South West geopolitical zone and two states (Abia and Imo) from South East geopolitical zone. Of all the states that the region covers, only Cross River is not an oil-producing state.
Niger Delta is a very densely populated region sometimes called the Oil Rivers because it was once a major producer of palm oil. The area was the British Oil Rivers Protectorate from 1885 until 1893, when it was expanded and became the Niger Coast Protectorate. The delta is a petroleum-rich region, and has been the centre of international controversy over pollution.

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