Tribunal Adjourns Atiku’s Petition Against Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Victory to 18th May

The Federal Economic Council on Wednesday, in Abuja, approved the sum of N129.8bn for various projects in the Ministry of Niger Delta, particularly the mandate of the United Nations Environment Programme on Ogoni cleanup. CONTINUE READING….

Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, disclosed this to journalists after the Council’s over seven-hour meeting presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the State House, Abuja.

He said the money would cater for the second phase of the Ogoni water project and the central remediation of newly-identified hydrocarbon-impacted sites.

In August 2011, the United Nations Environment Programme released its Environmental Assessment of Ogoniland.

The report which was commissioned and delivered to the Goodluck Jonathan Administration made recommendations to the then government, the oil and gas industry and communities to begin a comprehensive cleanup of Ogoniland, restore polluted locations and end all forms of ongoing oil contamination in the region.

He said the money would cater for the second phase of the Ogoni water project and the central remediation of newly-identified hydrocarbon-impacted sites.

In August 2011, the United Nations Environment Programme released its Environmental Assessment of Ogoniland.

The report which was commissioned and delivered to the Goodluck Jonathan Administration made recommendations to the then government, the oil and gas industry and communities to begin a comprehensive cleanup of Ogoniland, restore polluted locations and end all forms of ongoing oil contamination in the region.

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