The video from the USA called Don’t Let Shell Kill Again.
It says about itself:
This video was edited from two films (by CATMA) to support the City of Berkeley’s boycott of Shell Oil Company because of its environmental impact on Nigeria and the death of Ken Saro-Wiwa with eight other environmental activists. This public policy video was developed as an information tool for Project Underground and was first seen at Berkeley’s City Council meeting before they voted to Boycott Shell Oil. Narrator: Carol Denney. More at www.berkeleycitizen.org.
Another video which used to be on YouTube is called Angela Davis by Madonna Momoh. “An interview with Angela Davis who attended the Ken Saro-Wiwa Memorial “Remember Saro-Wiwa” in London City Hall. This event took place in November 2006″.
By Barry Mason:
Britain rigged election before Nigerian independence
9 August 2007
A BBC radio documentary on the events leading up to the independence of Nigeria, Britain’s former colony, charged the British government with interference in the election to ensure the result was in line with its interests (see “Rigging Nigeria”).
The programme cited two files held in the British National archives covering the period leading up to independence in 1960 that to this day remain closed to the public and will remain closed for another 50 years.
One file contains material relating to the governor general at the time of independence, Sir James Robertson, and the other material on Dr Azikiwe, known as Zik, who was leader of the nationalist pro-independence political party, the National Council of Nigerian Citizens (NCNC).