6 July 2011
By Akanimo Sampson
Factional President of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People
(MOSOP), Mr. Ledum Mitee, has been accused of pursuing a personal
agenda in his current efforts to reform the crisis-ridden movement.
Consequently some indigenes are said to be resisting the controversial
MOSOP Information Officer, Mr. Bari-ara Kpalap, explained to
AkanimoReports on Tuesday that the Ogoni people are of the view that the
main problem of MOSOP is not the question of re-organisation of activities
now but ''reform of attitude, approach and commitment to change especially
on the part of the president''.