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Frontline Communities Leaders Challenge Shell at UN Climate Talks

Today, communities directly impacted by Shell’s abusive practices spoke out as fossil-fuel trade association IETA hosted representatives from the Big Polluter for an event at the U.N Framework Convention on Climate Change’s 24th conference of the parties (COP24). The side event happened just days after a Shell executive bragged about …

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APC Is An Amalgamation Of Desperadoes, Not a Political Party- Adeyeye

Dayo Adeyeye, spokesperson of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has described the All Progressives Congress (APC) as a group of desperados who united to seize power. According to Adeyeye, the APC has not made any significant impact on the society on which it could base its 2019 campaign. The national …

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Emefiele Meets Buhari At Aso Rock

Godwin Emefiele, governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) met with President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential villa in Abuja on Thursday. Speaking with state house correspondents after the meeting, Emefiele said he briefed the president on the stability in the foreign exchange market and other activities of the …

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Delta’s Commonwealh of Death…Community cries for help over oil, gas flare pollutions By ELO EDREMODA

“…and death fades into the streams, the lands, into the blood of men, women and children; slowly snuffing them out and taking them to that other place…” These lines depict the current situation of Okpare-Olomu people, a community in Ughelli South council area of Delta state, who seem to have …

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Maje: The Untold Story Of An Urban Slum

A distance away from a popular bus stop – Upstairs – is Maje. The first sight that catches the attention of a passer-by is the influx of people into the community through a broken, filthy and narrow passage. At a glance, the village can be mistaken for a community market …

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