David Ugolor Elected Sub-Saharan Africa Representative in UNCAC Coalition Board

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BENIN CITY, NIGERIA. July 8, 2021…. The Founder and Executive Director of Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ), the Rev David Ugolor has been elected into the board of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) Coalition, representing Sub-Saharan Africa Regional seat. Managing Director of UNCAC Coalition in Vienna, Austria, Mr. Mathias Huter […]

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FG Sets Up Task Force on Aid and Development Effectiveness

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ABUJA, NIGERIA. July 7, 2021… The Federal Government has set up a Multistakeholder task force on Aid and Development Effectiveness to be headed by two co-chairs, Mrs. Elizabeth Akpana Egharevba, Director, International Cooperation representing the Federal Government and Rev David Ugolor, Executive Director, Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ) who is co-chair representing […]

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PIB: ANEEJ hails N’Assembly, Wants 5% for Host Communities, Reduction of Exploration cost

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BENIN CITY, NIGERIA. July 5, 2021…. Frontline campaigner for the Passage of Petroleum Industry Bill and Executive Director,Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, Rev David Ugolor  has lauded both chambers of the National Assembly for the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill, calling for the reduction of 30 percent oil exploration to 10% and […]

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ANEEJ Annual Report 2019

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As we moved from one part of the World to the other in 2019, to share experience on the MANTRA model, one thing was clear in our minds, to advance the interest of the poor. Our work around improving transparency and accountability mechanisms on the use of recovered asset for National Cash Transfer Programme (NCTP) […]

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ANEEJ Annual Report 2018

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­The year 2018 was quite eventful for ANEEJ as it offered the organisation the opportunity to deepened her desire and passion to fulfil its commitments for an African society fee from poverty and injustice, where equity, equality, rule of law, respect for human rights, transparency and accountability reigns supreme. It was also about supporting government […]

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Oil of Poverty in the Niger Delta Report

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This book is as a result of the debate on the lack of transparency and accountability in the management of oil revenue on the part of government and multinational oil firms which are the root causes of conflicts, poverty and environmental degradation in the Niger Delta. The book is the result of a study on […]

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Cumbersome Mutual Legal Assistance process, hampering Asset Recovery—Rev David Ugolor

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BENIN-CITY, NIGERIA. May 19, 2021… An asset recovery expert and Executive Director, Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, Rev David Ugolor asserts that Cumbersome Mutual Legal Asset Process is a major obstacle hindering speedy repatriation of looted assets by requesting poor countries from foreign jurisdictions habouring such assets. ANEEJ Executive Director, Rev David Ugolor […]

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Nigeria CSOs renew Calls on Church of England to Vote Against SHELL’s Plan to end Carbon Emission in 2050 today

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BENIN-CITY, NIGERIA. May 18, 2021… As the board of the Royal Dutch Oil Company, SHELL, holds its Annual General Meeting today, Tuesday 18 May 2021, 41 Civil Society Organisations in Nigeria have renewed their call on the Church of England to vote against resolution 20 of the Church of England Pensions Board which seeks to […]

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SHELL Carbon Reduction Plan: Reconsider Church of England’s position, CSOs Urge Archbishop of Canterbury

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BENIN-CITY, NIGERIA. May 13, 2021… A recent decision by the Church of England Pensions Board to vote for Shell’s Climate and energy plan at its 2021 Annual meeting has drawn the anger of over 41 Civil Society Organisations drawn from the six geo-political zones of Nigeria who are calling on the Archbishop of Canterbury to […]

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OPEN LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY

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We welcome the leadership that you are providing in this vital year for our climate, such as your work convening global faith leaders ahead of the Glasgow summit. We fully agree with your statement that: “We all have both a moral and financial responsibility to address the climate emergency and to use those tools available […]

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