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Written By Kirsty Bryant
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The community is name after the place where rams are kept
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Before people started living in this settlement, it was used by fishermen and petty traders long ago before…
We came here as fishermen and women, decide to reside here as our home in port harcourt.In the…
The Aberebika polo community is a fishing settlement under the Idango Ama .We started living here from the…
This place was formally a tick bush where idol worshippers normally come to worship.
The frist settlers trade on perwinkle(isam) and fire wood,before the war.
It was originated by firewood and prewikle sellers as traders who are from kalabari kingdom.the first settlers are;late…
It our originated by firewood and prewinkle sellers as traders who are from kalabari kingdom.The first sellers were:Late…
The founder came from Abeokuta the founder salisu Akinsode annd Durojaiye Samuel to settle on the island as…
Akinsigbabe and feyi Migrated from ile ife present day osun state to idumota in Lagos island from where…
Because the community is closed to the lagoon that's why they find it easy for saw mill and…
The community was resettle in 2005 because their previous land was sold to chevron
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SDI has been exploring links in Nigeria since the mid 2000s. In 2013, the Kenya Alliance traveled to Nigeria to support the enumeration and mapping of 2 communities, Badia East in Lagos and Mpape in Abuja, that have been under the threat of eviction. Since this time, the communities in Lagos and Abuja have continued to mobilize savings groups. The Nigerian Slum / Informal Settlement Federation in Nigeria is supported by Justice & Empowerment Initiatives (JEI). The Federation and JEI have also begun to engage new communities in Port Harcourt around savings and profiling.
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