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Where Vultures Feast: Shell, Human Rights, and Oil in the Niger Delta
Ike Okonta (au); Oronto Douglas (au)
In 1995, the world was shocked by the murder of Ken Saro-Wiwa -- writer, political activist, & leader of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People. The people of Nembe were locked in a life-&-death struggle to safeguard their livelihood from two forces: a series of corrupt & repressive Nigerian governments & the giant multinational Royal Dutch Shell. Here is a devastating case against the world’s largest oil co., demonstrating how (in contrast to Shell’s public profile) irresponsible practices have degraded agricultural land & left a people destitute. This is the true story of a powerful multinational co. bent on extracting the last drop of blood from the richly endowed Niger Delta, & a courageous people determined to resist.
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