7 thoughts on “Shell accused of poisoning Nigeria

  1. I have no way to determine who is at fault here but I know that locals tapping oil and gas pipelines has been going on in third world locations since the early 1950’s. It is a dangerous practice that often results in death and destruction.
    No matter, tapping or corroded lines, it should be easy to prove who is at fault. Now the clean up is another matter. If it was tapping then I am sure that Shell wants the government to take a share of the burden and in that case I am sure the government is delaying.
    We will soon get to the truth – – – one would hope!


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