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Break the silence and build solidarity with the one million inhabitants under threat of eviction in Port Harcourt!
Dozens of local inhabitants’ associations, women, NGOs, individuals and the Churches denounce the actions and stress the very large number of people evicted or under threat of eviction in Port Harcourt .» Break the silence and build solidarity with the one million inhabitants under threat of eviction in Port Harcourt!
Zero evictions in Nigeria
Appeal to International Solidarity Action
To break the silence on the fate of millions of people and put pressure on international institutions to play the role they should, the Zero Evictions Nigeria Campaign addresses an appeal not only to the Nigerian authorities, but also to UN-Habitat, the European Union, the Africa Union, the G8, the IMF and the WB.
» Zero evictions in Nigeria
Update on Port Harcourt demolitions
As demolitions in Port Harcourt escalated to an uncontrollable extent in 2008, the National Union of Tenants of Nigeria sought and obtained an order of the Federal High Court of Nigeria to enforce its members’ right to adequate housing against the Government of Rivers State, being the violating party. The said order was empowered by a constitution provision staying all maters or action relating to or connected with the subject matter of the suit until the final determination of the case.» Update on Port Harcourt demolitions