John Sentamu – The Guardian
Repentance, reparation and remedy for the terrible damage done to the people of Bayelsa state in Nigeria is long overdue. Bayelsa, in southern Nigeria, produceAs approximately one-third of the country’s oil wealth, but its 2 million people are some of the poorest in the country. Estimates suggest that pollution may be causing 16,000 infant deaths a year. Unique ecosystems have been destroyed, resources depleted and communities destabilised. It’s getting worse every day.