NIGERIA: BELEMA COMMUNITIES OCCUPY SHELL FACILITIES OVER 'NEGLECT'

[Daily Trust] Port Harcourt -Despite the presence of heavily armed soldiers, hundreds of Belema, Ofion-ama and Kula indigenes comprising traditional rulers, women, men and youths have continued to occupy Shell Flow Station located at Belema, Ofionama in Akuku-Torlu Local Government Area of Rivers State.

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