MOSOP raises Ogoniland investors committee

The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) has canvassed a review of the revenue allocation formula and state control of their resources. The MOSOP President, Legborsi Saro Pyagbara, made the call in Port Harcourt yesterday

The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) says it has set up a five-man committee to develop a template for investors interested in investing in the area.

The committee, headed by Prof. Ben Naanen, is expected to within 14 days; turn in its report to the organisation for consideration.

The development, The Guardian gathered followed several moves by various companies to resume oil exploration and other businesses in Ogoniland.

The media aide to MOSOP President, Bari-ara Kpalap, warned the public and investors interested in investing in Ogoniland to beware of deceivers and those seeking relevance for economic purpose.

Kpalap said the Ogoniland is now ripe for business and investment, adding that the area is peaceful and safe for any form of investment, whether hospitality, oil exploration and housing.

He stated that security has been restored in the area.

He said MOSOP is the only legitimate pan-Ogoni organisation mandated by the people to speak and act on behalf the Ogonis.

According to him, “Evidence abound that no other organization has such mandate in Ogoni. Therefore, those acting without mandate are definitely on their own”.

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