Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Nigerians sues Oil giant Shell

Four villagers from the affected part of the oil spillage that devastated the land of the Goi community have sued oil exploration giant Shell. The villagers say that as a result of the spillages, their lands, water systems and environment have become a ghost land, and the least they could as for is total clean up and compensation. Shell on its on part has said that it has done a clean up on the entire communities affected by the spills. It went further to say that the spills were as a result of sabotage on its pipelines from members of the affected communities. The oil giant also made known, that a total of 150,000 barrels were being lost daily to sabotage on its facilities resulting to about $6 Billion yearly. The Nigerian government has not said or done anything meaningful as regards to the cleanup and compensation for members, farmers and inhabitants of the affected communities, this explains why these villagers are standing up for themselves as the government seems to have left them to their faith. The villagers are not alone on this as Friends of the Earth are also helping them in their claims

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Friday, 12 October 2012

Question of the Day!

The Nigeria Police Boss, said that the Police team present at the death of the four students were actually stopped by the mob from carrying out their primary function.

Is this acceptable from the Police Boss/Nigeria Police?

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Question of the Day!

What would you have done, if you were present where the FOUR promising UNIPORT students were being Lynched to death?

Saturday, 4 August 2012

Thumbs up of the day

ThuMBs Up of The Day

Roberto Carlos

Our Thumbs up of the day goes to ROBERTO CARLOS

The Former Brazil and Real Madrid Right fullback
Roberto Carlos, famous for his boom boom free kicks and shots,
has officially put an end to his playing days, the Anzhi
Makhachkala player made this known on Wednesday.

The 2002 World Cup winner, who joined the wealthy
Russian Premier League club in February 2011, has not
played since being taken off the team’s squad in
“Roberto had been a world class player, but
unfortunately he doesn’t play any more,” said former
Russia boss Guus Hiddink, who was appointed Anzhi
coach in February.

He was raised at provincial club Uniao Sao Joao, he went on to make his name in Brazil during three seasons with Palmeiras, moved to Inter Milan for one season and then Real
Madrid, where he spent 11 seasons.