Niger Delta Making Shell responsible

Eyo, Raymond
February 2012
New African;Feb2012, Issue 514, p10
The article offers information on the Shell oil spills in Ogoniland, Nigeria. It states that Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan shows a pinch passion to his responsibilities on finding a sustainable solution to the problem by pushing Shell to clean up the oil spill in Niger Delta. It also mentions that the role of political involvement in combating corruption because of the lack of proper government supervision on oil campanies.


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