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Wednesday, January 12, 2022

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18 comments:

  1. Oil did not...the people did. The greedy community leaders, the militants, those setting up illegal refineries etc.
    AND the beneficiaries/supporters of the above.

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    1. Gracias. Absolutely spot on!

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    2. Oil actually did. The Oil spill by the big companies cannot be attempted by those companies in developed countries.

      Unfortunately, the community leaders are more interested in immediate gratification than safeguarding the future of their projenitors.

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    3. It’s NOT just the illegal refineries. It’s the legal ones, the gas flaring instead of piping gas like they do in the west, gas cylinders are used, the generators in every home emitting pollutants, the Tokunbo cars that never get docked for not passing annual emission tests like in other places.

      The air quality index in PH, Aba, Onitsha, Lagos, Ibadan ifs from 174 to 155, deemed “unhealthy” by international standards while Abuja where stolen loot is spent has good air quality. May God save people’s lungs! Not having clean electricity and requiring cars to pass emission tests is the reason for many high emission generators and many cars that should no longer be on the roads, releasing pollutants.

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    4. The same militants were the ones who introduced kidnapping to Nigeria, may they never have peace.

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    5. 00:00 that is definitely not the reason for soot otherwise those other cities you mentioned would have the same issue. But I agree air pollution is an issue across Nigeria, including Abuja.

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  2. This message is very necessary oh.

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  3. It's a pity. I really feel for port Harcourt residents.

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  4. This is so sad and dangerous

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    1. Hahahahahahaha no big small sootuation....

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  6. Thank God my family and I have relocated from pH to Asaba.
    We actually left Port Harcourt since last year July.

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    1. The soot is wasting its time, nothing will make me to relocate from Port Harcourt to Enugu and start managing water, 'chukwuaju'

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    2. Lol and you think Asaba is better than the richest city in Nigeria huh?
      Burna say what you know! At least going by my brief stay, the soot has reduced drastically after the governor called for the arrest and prosecution of those behind the illegal refining of crude oil

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    3. Shooter Gyal brief stay ke? you don comot for PH?

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    4. Yes sweetie @17:27. I came for the holdiays

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