Yenogoa - Angry youths from three communities in Biseni in Yenagoa local council of Bayelsa on Tuesday shut down five oil wells belonging to the Nigerian Agip Oil Company .
The youths are angry with the company over what they termed the oil multinational’s alleged refusal to honour the Memorandum of Understanding on the provision of alternative power supply to the communities, reports NewsDay.
The aggrieved youths barricaded all the road leading to the oil wells, preventing Agip workers from gaining access to the facilities.
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Spokesperson for the communities, Solomon Ogiama, noted that the company has frustrated every peaceful move by the communities for the renewal of the GMoU, saying they are tired of the antics of the company.
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