Claimants Reject Shell’s $51m Offer Over Nigeria Oil Spills

Oil giant, Royal Dutch Shell is ready to pay up to $51 million in compensation for two oil spills in Bodo, Nigeria in 2008, but the lawyer representing the claimants have rejected Shell’s offer.

Around 15,000 residents of the Bodo community in the Niger Delta represented by law firm, Leigh Day, appealed in 2011 to a London court for more than 300 million pounds in compensation. Continue Reading

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