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Advocacy: Nollywood A-List Actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Demands Shell Own Up, Pay Up and Clean Up!

The story of the Niger Delta is a very tragic one. Indeed when I was in college, I co-founded the African Student Union and one of the key things we focused on, was the plight of the Niger Delta people. Over ten (10) years later, we are still back to square one. Nollywood A-list Actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, an Amnesty International Ambassador, lends her voice to this cause. Watch the video below.

“Omotola is joining Amnesty International’s campaign calling on oil company Shell to Own Up, Pay Up and Clean Up the Niger Delta. This short video features the Nigerian actress outside Shell’s headquarters in London, calling upon Shell’s Chief Executive, Peter Voser, to take responsibility for the pollution in the region.”

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