Abuja - Shell Petroleum Development Corporation (SPDC) has been mandated by the federal government to find a lasting solution to the Bonga oil spill crisis in the Niger Delta, reports The Nation.
The directive was given by the Minister of Environment, Laurentia Mallam, when officials of the corporation led by its country Chairman Mutiu Sunmonu visited her in Abuja.
She noted that it was in the interest of all the parties in the issue to get the matter settled once and for all.
She said the company must not allow the patience of the affected communities to be overstretched.
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