Nigeria's Ogoniland: Desperate for clean water | Nigeria News | Al Jazeera

Nigeria's Ogoniland: Desperate for clean water

Residents of Ogoniland are getting sick because of the severe contamination of their food and water sources.

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    In the Ogoni region, 90 percent of the underground water is not fit for human use because of oil pollution.

    A big clean-up is under way in Ogoniland, but local communities say they have already become victims of water contamination.

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from Bodo, Nigeria.


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