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Villages of Pollution, Goi- Niger Delta

Oil spills in 2008 and 2009 on the upper grounds of neighboring Bodo village led to leakage in the rivers and neighboring lands, robbing the community of its livelihood. They could no longer depend on fishing or crop farming as most of the fish died and the soil became unproductive. The water became unsafe for drinking and mangroves started to die. The levels of pollution have gone up to extends of causing cancers to locals, miscarriages to pregnant mothers and deaths of infants among other major health threats. For them, every Friday means a funeral, courtesy of pollution.