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A Blessing turned Curse – Oil Exploration in OML 40

Pause and imagine, the predicament of the people residing within the OML40 communities in the Niger Deta. If this is your community – where a private company (registered in Aberdeen Scotland) with five years tax exemption in Nigeria – daily … Continue reading

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Oil Spills In Nigeria: The True Price Of Crude Oil | Guardian Investigations – John Vidal

This is just an insight to what oil does to the environment…this is what the people of Polobubo/Opuama community are daily going through! Join the campaign #savePOLOBUBO #saveOPUAMA #OML40 #NigerDelta

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The Halliburton Case And Corruption In Nigeria – A Niger Delta Story

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Oil Pollution In The Niger Delta – CNN

Nigeria’s Niger Delta is one of the most oil-polluted places on the planet with more than 6,800 recorded oil spills, accounting for anywhere from 9 million to 13 million barrels of oil spilled, according to activist groups. But occurring over … Continue reading

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Brief History Of The Izon (Ijaw) Tribe In The Niger Delta

We the Izon (Ijaws), the predominant indigenous people in the Niger Delta,┬ámoved to the Delta over 7,000 years. We have a distinctive language. The Niger River Delta, one of the largest and beautiful deltas in the world, is the largest … Continue reading

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The Ijo (Ijaw) People Of Delta State: Their Early History And Aspects Of Social And Cultural Practices

This paper is a historical exposition of the Ijo people of Delta State in the South-South and Niger-Delta Region of Nigeria. A literature gap exists on these groups compared to their kith and kin in the States of Bayelsa and … Continue reading

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