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Nembe Aiteo Oil Spill Continues Two Weeks After It Blew

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Two Weeks After It Blew, an Oil Well in Nigeria Is Still Spewing

An oil and gas well in southern Nigeria is still spewing its contents at least 14 days after it first blew, causing growing anxiety among the local communities that rely on the surrounding land and waterways.

The world’s oil and gas markets have been all but unaffected by the incident because the well in question had been capped and wasn’t producing. But community leaders are increasingly worried about its impact on people’s livelihoods.

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A not-much-reported, 2-week-old oil spill in Nigeria reminds us of what is an ongoing problem in the country. The footage, shot earlier this week, was sent to us by a local community leader. It’s still leaking.

Nembe Aiteo Oil Spill Continues Two Weeks After It Blew

Aiteo acquired the license from a consortium of oil majors headed by Royal Dutch Shell Plc in 2015. The sale price of $2.4 billion for the permit and a pipeline is the largest paid so far by Nigerian companies acquiring assets from their international counterparts. Spills, particularly from pipelines, are common in Africa’s largest oil producer.

Experts are now ready to start the work of sealing the well so that the cause and scale of the leak can be determined, Idris Musa, director general of Nigeria’s National Oil Spill Detection and Reponse Agency, said by text message. A spokesman for Aiteo declined to comment.

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Sylvester Oromoni: Killer Of 12-yrs-old Student Boasts, says nothing will happen

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The death of the sylvester, the 12-year-old boy gruesomely murdered by his seniors in school has raise alot of dust in the internet.

The incident which Mr Oromoni said he will not rest until justice is served to the killers of his son has quiet become complicated.

The police on their own side have also been making necessary investigations to ensure that justice is served.
Just recently Chrysora Media recieved a message from the sister of Sylvester. This message was forwarded to her by one of the killers of Sylvester.

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The message reads
“Nothing Will Happen. My Dad Is A Good Friend To The Chief Justice”

#justiceforsylvester

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Senator Kashamu’s family speaks on son’s involvement in Sylvester’s death

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Senator Kashamu’s family speaks on son’s involvement in Sylvester’s death

The family of the late Senator Buruji Kashamu has denied the involvement of their son in the death of Sylvester Oromoni, 12-year-old pupil of Dowen College, Lekki.

Recalls that Sylvester died from internal injuries days before his birthday after being assaulted by fellow students in Dowen College.

The deceased, before his death, mentioned some names of boys who assaulted him.

Kashamu’s son was one of the suspects named in the case.

However, the family in a statement issued by Mutairu Kashamu for the family, confirmed that although one of their sons, Michael Adewale Kashamu, was named among the suspected bullies of the deceased, he had no involvement in the death of Sylvester.

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Part of the statement read: “The Kashamu family has been inundated with enquiries, calls and messages over the unfortunate incident at Dowen College, Lekki, Lagos, that led to the untimely death of Sylvester Oromoni, a 12-year-old student of the College.

“Most commentators have rushed to conclusions based on assumptions and false information, including the allegation that our son Adewale Michael Kashamu was involved in the bullying or beating of Sylvester Oromoni.”

The family noted that it has conducted its private investigation since the story broke out and their son was just Sylvester’s school father the previous session.

”We as a family have made our own private enquiries and carefully questioned our son about his involvement. This is why we didn’t rush out to respond to the cyber-stalking, name-calling and negative commentaries that have taken over the social media about our son’s alleged involvement in this sad incident.

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”Some of the true facts now slowly emerging from under the mass of lies are that: Our son, Adewale Michael Kashamu, had acted as a school father for the late Sylvester in his first session in the school at the request of Sylvester’s sister who is also a student of the school.

“However, in the 2021 session which began in September 2021 Adewale Michael Kashamu was moved to a different floor in the boarding house and engrossed in his own studies and activities, our son was no longer as close to Sylvester as in the previous session.”

The family condoled with the family of Late Sylvester Oromoni and appealed to all and sundry to hold their horses until the police and the Lagos State government have completed their independent investigations and established the truth.

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Dowen College has been shut down indefinitely by the Lagos State government till investigation into Sylvester’s death is over.

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See Sylvester Oromoni’s 12th Posthumous Birthday (Pictures, Video)

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Late Dowen College student, Sylvester’s family and friends gathered to celebrate his 12th posthumous birthday, today 4th December 2021, days after he died from injuries he sustained after allegedly being assaulted by schoolmates.

Late Sylvester would have been 12 years old today.

See photos and video from the event below.

See Sylvester Oromoni's 12th Posthumous Birthday

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