Abuja - Community stakeholders of Niger Delta have stated
that they recommend $100 billion should be put in place to be used to clean up
the oil spill, Punch reported.
This comes after a workshop was held on oil spill
remediation and generation of green jobs which was organised by the
Environmental Right Action and Friends of the East Nigeria.
Also read: Nigeria launches clean-up in devastated Niger Delta
Things that have been identified are pipeline vandalism,
equipment failure, corrosion and negligence.
Concerns over the increasing gas leaks and oil spills have
been a worry because no clean ups are being done.
Cleaning up the oil spills could be means of creating green
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