Ijaw Youth Council
Ijaw Youth Council (also indefinite as "Ijaw youths") is a civil right organization in Nigeria, founded in 1998, which supports the interests of the Ijaw ethnic group of the Niger Delta. From 2001 to 2004, it was headed by Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, until Asari split from the movement to found the Niger Delta People's Volunteer Force.
- The Kaima Declaration by Ijaw Youths of the Niger Delta: "Being communique issued at the end of the All-Ijaw Youths Conference which held in the town of Kaima this 11th day of December 1998"
- Profile: Nigeria's oil militant BBC News, 4 Oct 2004.
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