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NIGERIA: Power Play and Game of Chess between NECONDE, SHELL and NPDC

FROM THE DELTA RIGHTS GROUP: Subsequently, we will expose NESTOIL’s underhand deals with SHELL NIGERIA, their running Contracts with SHELL, the Contract Numbers, how they used links and connections to secure them, the in-house SHELL SCM (Contracting personnel) and other SHELL personnel giving them information so as to gain undue advantage in order for NESTOIL to win the so-called Competitive Tendering done by SHELL, etc

Dear John,


What manner of a ‘so-called’ responsible Company will tie the payment of Death Benefits of a late staff to his family, to the signing of Letter of Cessation of employment by other personnel? For anything, what has happened to Corporate Social Responsibility? NECONDE is just showing its avarice and meanness towards its personnel. This is the height of insensitivity, callousness, subtle blackmail, oppression, lack of respect for the dead, compounding the sorrows of the late personnel’s bereaved family, etc. And this is what NECONDE (made up of NestOil, Folawiyo and BB Global) is doing to the family of Late Mr.Daniel Anyanwu who slumped and died as a result of mental and psychological trauma caused by his loss of job due to the power play and game of Chess between NECONDE, SHELL and NPDC . As at today, April 28, 2012: The family of the late staff is still being starved of their benefits by NECONDE due to the refusal of the NECONDE 115 to sign the Letter of Cessation of Employment with NECONDE. The Letter of Cessation of Employment is a calculated attempt by NECONDE to ensure that the NECONDE 115 give up their rights. read more and its sister non-profit websites,,,,,, and are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia feature.

Shell Environmental Crimes in Brazil

By John Donovan

We were recently contacted by an association representing former workers at a Shell/Basf Chemicals factory in Brazil.

The factory was built in 1977 by Shell. Dozens of former employees of the plant have been diagnosed with prostate, thyroid and other types of cancer, circulatory, liver and intestinal illnesses, as well as infertility and sexual impotence.

In August 2010, the two companies were ordered to pay a total of 490 million euros in fines and damages for the workers exposure to toxic substances. The defendant companies have appealed to successively higher courts, initially trying to get the verdict overturned and after that failed, are seeking to have the awarded sum reduced.  This process is dragging on with no end in sight. The plaintiffs claim that the defendants have influence in high places. read more and its sister non-profit websites,,,,,, and are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia feature.
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