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Shell joins battle against Ebola in Nigeria

Screen Shot 2014-02-10 at 16.29.29By John Donovan

All credit to Shell for its donation of ambulances, trucks and medical supplies to the Lagos and Port Harcourt Ebola Centres, as reported by ThisDayLive.

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Shell’s Corporate Media Relations Manager, Mr. Precious Okolobo, said in a statement at the weekend that the company’s anti-Ebola support initiative started in August and was ongoing, with personal donations by staff into a special internal Ebola Fund. According to Okolobo, donations have been pouring in from staff of Shell companies in Nigeria into an internal Ebola Fund. He said Shell would match the voluntary contributions and donate the total sum to one of the key relief agencies active in combating the Ebola Virus Disease in Africa. read more

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Follow-up: German Minister Calls for Shell Boycott

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Email received from stakeholderdemocracy.org

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