26 January 2012
I was born in the Niger Delta, and lived in the Niger Delta in
Nigeria until I came to the In some ways, I can be considered a child of big oil -- Mobil Oil -- to be specific. But I own no oil fields and none of my family works in the oil sector. My ancestors (grandfather and father) are from a village in oil country, in a place called Eket. U.S.
When I was growing up, Mobil Oil along with the Nigerian government, took one of my aunt
's farm land in exchange for money.
Goodluck Jonathan, the president of
, is a child of the Niger Delta. As a fellow child of the Niger Delta, I expect a solution to the Nigeria Delta from him. Why? He has no choice, between this and the current issue of bombings by the Nigerian Islamist group Niger will be safe to progress into its productive future. Simply, it Boko Haram, Nigeria 's time for Jonathan to use his security budget and deal with this issue.