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Update Report on Port Harcourt demolitions

One of the De-roofed buildings in Njemanze Street, Port Harcourt This Report is given based on follow-up activity by the National Union of Tenants of Nigeria, which includes visits to the area and interviews with the affected persons. The Report will be update to include the living conditions of the affected and suggestions on how they could be assisted to alleviate their plights and prevent a reoccurrence.

Reported by National Union of Tenants of Nigeria

Photo-Report on Njemanze Street demolition (6-7 November 2009) by: National Union of Tenants of Nigeria The destruction of Njemanze Street that lasted till Saturday 7th November 2009, razed down several buildings, including living houses, commercial premises and religious places, which provided accommodation to over 15,000 users notably residential tenants, business owners and church worshippers.

Port Harcourt, UN-HABITAT per una moratoria immediata di demolizioni e sfratti forzosi

Mentre il Governatore dello Stato del River sembra ormai avere intrapreso la battaglia finale per distruggere i litorali di Njemanze e Abonnema Wharf, nonostante l’ordinanza emessa dall’Alta Corte nigeriana che gli proibisce di effettuare demolizioni , il Programma delle Nazioni Unite per gli Insediamenti Umani ha divulgato il Rapporto della Missione d’inchiesta a Port Harcourt (12-16 Marzo 2009).Il Governo dello Stato del River non ha commentato ufficialmente, ma le nostre fonti confermano che ha ricevuto il rapporto e che è a conoscenza dell'indagine di UN-HABITAT.

Port Harcourt, Alternatives for urban renewal

Port Harcourt Waterfront looking north over Aggrey Estate towards the State Secretariat A new report from urban development specialists at the Max Lock Centre (University of Westminster) gives further reason for concern over Rivers State's plan for sweeping demolitions of slum housing. The scale of the issue- up to 500,000 could be displaced by Port Harcourt demolitions - and its potential impact – remains obvious. If well developed, ideas from the report could support a renewal of southern Port Harcourt that would greatly exceed expectations and provide a much needed economic and social boost.

Nigeria: Bundu shooting must be investigated

The Nigerian government must set up an independent commission of inquiry to investigate the use of firearms by security forces that left at least one person dead and 12 seriously injured at Bundu waterfront last year, Amnesty International said in a report.

Just Move Them': Forced Evictions in Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Nigeria: Over 200,000 people at risk of losing their homesThe Nigerian authorities must suspend a series of planned demolitions and evictions in waterfront areas of Port Harcourt that will leave over 200,000 people at risk of homelessness Amnesty International said in a report released today.