Rivers youths discover illegal oil tapping point

Youths of the Nonwa, Uedume community in the Tai council of Rivers State have identified a crude oil tapping site on the Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited-operated Trans Niger Delta Pipeline.

The Executive Director of the Youth and Environmental Advocacy Centre, Fyneface Dumnamene, confirmed the discovery by stating that the tap was located by youths acting as pipeline surveillance contractors.

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Dumnamene disclosed on-site, during an observation trip of the finding site with other stakeholders, that the tap point is capable of loading two 33,000-liter tankers.InformationGuideNigeria

“Sometime last week I was invited as an environmentalist to come and observe what was discovered. In fact, the people that discovered this point and from what they told me are the youths who are working as pipeline surveillance contractors in the area.JAMB Result

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“They had to involve the local government Chairman who led the team to the Trans-Niger Delta pipeline in Nonwa Uedume in Tai LGA and getting there we saw that the criminals actually connected the pipe that is about 1.5 millimeters to the main pipeline (Trans Niger-Delta pipeline) and the pipe was laid out to about some kilometers away from the point where it helps them to load at least two of 33,000 liters of tanker every night. And the pipe is said to have been there for over seven years.NYSC Portal

“And then looking at the environment as I was called to observe, I could see pollution around the area but not as much as oil extraction, The Guardian quoted him as saying.JAMB Portal

Dumnamene revealed that Shell was on-site for inspection and is taking actions to prevent future harm by removing the pipe tapping.

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Emediong Ekpe

Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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