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Monday, 17 October 2016

President of the International Committee of the Red Cross shares observations from his trip to Niger Delta

Peter Maurer, the President of the International Committee of the Red Cross, paid a trip on Sunday to villages in Niger Delta and shared his disheartening observations via social media. More photos after the cut...









28 comments:

livingstone chibuike said...

Shame. Wat a disgrace

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Too bad

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Na waoo! They are really suffering

Anonymous said...

NDDC has received $40b since inception. What was that money spent on?

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Imagine d kind of suffering d people of Niger Delta has been subjected to,this so sad, I hope d govt will do smthing about it.

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Imagine d kind of suffering d people of Niger Delta has been subjected to,this so sad, I hope d govt will do smthing about it.

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

It is well o


...merited happiness

junia said...

Too bad

iyke igbozendu said...

This is a region that provides 90% of Nigeria economy . is obvious the bombing is justified

Juliet Iwuno said...

Nna na wa o! Linda take note!

Anonymous said...

The whole oil money there are collecting where is it going,they fighting government for no reason whereas they are their own problems

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

To think militants are leaving their governors and local government officials alone to attack the federal government. NG has so much funds to make it a mega city, but corruption!

Ope Ajayi said...

And we had a president from that region, who is still being worshipped by some fools today. What have omokri and abati to say to this? Atleast this man isn't apc/pdp.
The past administration was terrible, doesn't mean the present one is worse or better. We should stop comparing this evil with that evil. They are both fruits of the same corrupt tree. Let's strive to get better, with each succeeding president.

Anonymous said...

Ask Ibori, Odili, Alamesighia, Papa Clark, Sylvia, Tompolo, Jonathan and others about billions of dollar allocated to Niger Delta for past years. Niger Deltas should redirect their aggression from Federal Government to their regional and state leaders to get desired development.

Anonymous said...

Nothing surprising here. As usual, it takes a complete foreigner to come point out gaps and errors in what we should have done already for ourselves yet didn't. There is simply no way we black people can be respected by others when this sort of rapacity and blatant stupidity exists among us!

Philips choice said...

Six hours by boat to find water clean enough to fish? No hospital? God help my people?

Iphie Abraham said...

People in Niger Delta go tru a lot. God help them










Lib addict#just passing#

Anonymous said...

More reason we need Biafra not resource control as being advocated.

I champion youths movement for covert operations and we are global company not local alone able to penetrate other countries

Anonymous said...

God will and shall not help us. We should help ourselves. We are simply lazy, foolish and ignorant by allowing political leaders continue their oppression and corruption over us for decades.

Pretty face said...

Terrible situation indeed

Uju Phil said...

To think that these people own oil is worrisome! You see why you don't rush criticizing blindly when they agitate for nothing but their right. This is even a tip of the iceberg of the deteriorating state of things there, really bad!

CHERYL (aka FROM GLORY to GLORY) said...

Its unfortunate. Now when this guy goes back to his country and portrays Africa as a jungle, we will now get upset and take it as an insult.


Long Live LIB

OSINANL said...

SHAME ON BUHARI... THE PRESIDENT OF THE NORTH

Anonymous said...

This is pathetic to say the least! To think that they had a president from the region, wasn't just the president, he was a deputy governor, governor, vice president and then president. He could not even implement the UNDP report to clean up the Niger Delta. Look, in my humble opinion Jonathan should be seen not heard, the people from the region should stone him and his wife to death. How can you celebrate a man like this?????
The region is the way it is and his wife has $30m in her account? What did she invent to get the money, did she invent Tecno phones?
The people should hold there leaders accountable for their sufferings. Then you even celebrate the likes of Tompolo etc.
Niger state is the way it is because of IBB and Abdulsalmi, they retired back to Niger state. Can Jonathan retire to his village? Even Odili is in Abuja. These guys should hide their faces in the sand. I spit on their faces. Posterity will Judge them.

Vivian Reginalds said...

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Anonymous said...

You are an imbecile sha. Don't you know the poor who need the services are not the contractors or the people who award contracts and check the completed box?

Anonymous said...

And when the youths challenge the FGN they will say catch them, kill them, stupid gov.

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Anonymous said...

The politicians and leaders in Niger Delta are the problem. They allow their sons and daughter to be jobless, they frustrate any kind of development by any company who wants to help them. Deve! Thuggery , and robbery is all the encourage( greedy people). Have never seen people who hate development like Niger Deltans. The ones who went to school can't get a job due to companies relocating to saver places. Then the one who have jobs can't live in peace due to robbery and kadnapping.
The don Dry no be small. The governors in Niger should Change their mindset and bring true development in those area and try to change the orientation of the people. God bless Niger Delta

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