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BLOOD OIL & CORPORATE RECKLESSNESS

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Published on January 11, 2009

Author: TrueDemocracy

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BLOOD OIL & CORPORATE RECKLESSNESS IN THE NIGER DELTA AREA OF NIGERIA
Niger Delta - Blessed with the world’s best quality oil. But cursed by Corporate organisations in their backyards.
Reinvesting in Niger Delta
Problems in the Niger Delta may be persisting because of the unprecedented level of corruption insanity and the lack of accountability by

Government Agencies
Public Office Holders
Traditional Rulers or community representatives
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BLOOD OIL NIG E RIA &

Niger Delta - A people in Distress A glimpse of worst-case scenario in Niger Delta

On November 10th 1995, Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight Ogoni colleagues were executed by the Nigerian state for campaigning against the devastation caused by corporate recklessness in the Niger Delta by oil companies, especially Shell and Chevron. EXECUTED BY NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT

NIGER DELTA DISASTER 24-7

POIS ONE D AIR

Shell ignores community's SOS

 

 

Involve Niger Delta Communities as stakeholders Stakeholders right?

Revamp basic infrastructure- give the people a better and qualitative life.

Reinvesti ng in Niger Delta Problems in the Niger Delta may be persisting because of the unprecedented level of corruption insanity and the lack of accountability by Government Agencies Public Office Holders Traditional Rulers or community representatives Oil companies

Reinvesti ng in Niger Delta

Problems in the Niger Delta may be persisting because of the unprecedented level of corruption insanity and the lack of accountability by

Government Agencies

Public Office Holders

Traditional Rulers or community representatives

Oil companies

 

 

NIGER DE LTA FLOATING ON CR UDE OIL

SHELL AND NIGER DELTA CRISIS

 

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Presentation was compiled by Online2Africa Please forward articles, Photographs from Niger Delta to online2africa@gmail.com Online2Africa does not support violence of any sort in any part of Africa. We have always believed in peaceful resolution of conflicts in Africa in particular and the world in general.

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