Bayelsa – The exposure from oil spill from the oil field belonging to the Nigerian Agip Oil Company last week, is posing a danger to the Ikeinghenbiri community, AllAfrica reports.
Chief Collins Adikoko, the deputy paramount ruler of the Ikeinghenbiri in the Southern Ijaw Council area of Bayelsa, said that they had alerted the oil firm about spill but it has not been fixed of yet.
Adikoko claimed that nothing has been done for six days and the oil is leaking into their ponds and creeks.
Nigerian Agip Oil Company have stated that they have scheduled a joint investigative with company officials and representatives of the company.
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