Jun 1, 2016 ... Buhari will launch the clean-up in a visit to Bodo in Ogoniland, one of the delta's worst-affected villages. Successive spills in 2008 from ... WorldEuropeUSAmericasAsiaAustraliaMiddle EastAfricaInequalityGlobal development Natural resources and development This article is more than 5 years old Niger delta oil spill clean-up launched – but could take quarter of a century This article is more than 5 years old UN hopes $1bn operation will boost employment and drive development among Ogoniland communities devastated by contamination from spills Global development is supported by A $1bn clean-up of one of the world’s most oil-polluted regions will be officially launched on Thursday by the Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari. But it will be at least 18 months before full remedial work starts in Ogoniland in the Niger delta, and possibly 25 years before all the swamps, creeks, fishing grounds and mangroves are restored after decades of spills by Shell, the national oil firm and other oil companies. According to agreements signed last year in Abuja, $200m (£139m) will be spent annually for five years to clear up the devastated 1,000 sq mile (about 2,600km2) region in Rivers state near Port Harcourt. More money may be needed to restore the ecosystem fully. The plan, devised by UN engineers, oil companies and the government, will involve building a factory to process and clean tens of thousands of tonnes of contaminated soil. There will also be a mass replanting of mangroves. It is expected that many young Ogoni will be offered jobs, with several hundred engineers possibly being trained abroad, middle-level jobs and monitors recruited, and a few thousand jobs for manual workers.
Apr 19, 2018 ... Michael Mpari, 45, came out of the polluted waters in the creeks of Bodo, a community in Gokana Local Government area in Ogoni, Rivers State ... HomeNigeria World PoliticsSport Opinion Business Technology Features Guardian TV#ENDSARS Breaking News: Nigerian preacher TB Joshua dies days to 58th birthday Fishing in oily waters: Bodo’s long, painful wait for pollution clean-up 5 reasons why you should consider a Loan from Page Financials Award-winning NASA researcher Wendy Okolo to address 2021 NBA-SBL Conference Michael Mpari, 45, came out of the polluted waters in the creeks of Bodo, a community in Gokana Local Government area in Ogoni, Rivers State, drenched in crude oil from head to toe, carrying a broken 25 litre plastic container on his head and fishing net on his shoulder. Dejection was written all over his face like man who had just returned from a futile journey. Indeed, Mpari had gone fishing for two and half hours in the oily creeks, but like every other day, he only came back with few crabs and crayfish, which he would sell for about N200 to fish merchants who were already waiting for fishermen by the bank of the oil spill-ravaged river. Looking at the crabs covered in oily sheen with a strong smell of petroleum, Mpari said: “This is all I got in the past two and half hours of my journey today.” Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) had claimed that it has started the clean up of Bodo oil spill sites, but the condition of living of the people, showed otherwise. The Federal Government had also in June 2016, flagged off the clean up of the entire Ogoni creeks and mangroves ravaged by crude oil spills, which has made life unbearable for the local people.
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