Their fishing community once stood on the other side of a small inlet, where fuel storage tanks the size of cathedral domes now loom, and where the superstructure of a liquefied natural gas plant juts higher than any tree in the forest. The people can’t support they families anymore, the roads are dirty and the houses dusty.No electricity the least that can be done, but this people get nothing.Engineers are employed from outside the country (expatriates).
A Nigerian man who has a degree in Petrochemical Engineering from Rivers State University was told he can’t work as an engineer but can work as a labourer on the oil fields.
Imagine what our people has been reduced to?
It’s very Simple militants kidnapping people and the whole madness spreading daily.We have hungry looking guerrillas ready to kill and kidnap anyone that they feel can make them be heard by the government or the Oil companies.
Tomorrow I will update you on the recent burial of the Vice president’s father. And what a reputable internationally known journalist wrote about the state of the Niger Delta. And of cause a reply to that memo by a friend of mine who felt a reply was needed for such.
It’s Explosive. Watch this space
Personally I will say Nigeria is a better place without OIL.
Victoria T Osho