Niger Delta Community Threatens $1 trillion Lawsuit Against IOC, FG. 

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The host community of oil and gas in the Niger Delta has pledged a trillion-dollar against oil companies and the federal government. More than 3,000 oil and gas host communities are planning to sue them for the damage oil and gas exploration activities have caused to the health, environment and livelihoods of people in the area.

Prince Barbs Paul, head of the Nigerian Host Communities Network, Niger He called for an assessment of the delta’s environment, health and livelihoods, pointing out that the oil and gas sector is a matter of costs and benefits, which will be borne by host communities Did. Costs, oil operators, and governments took advantage.

“We are suing both the federal government and the oil companies for $1 trillion, the value of the destruction they have inflicted on us over 65 years.


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