Okpai community in Ndokwa East Delta State demands N50 million from Agip for the death of a crocodile

A community in Delta State requested the sum of #50 million from Agip oil company. Okpai community in Ndokwa East is a host community to Agip Oil Company, Delta, where the company manages the largest gas plant in sub-Saharan Africa.
loglablog learnt that the community demanded 50 million naira for the death of a crocodile during the process of company’s operational activity in the area

It was said that the incident occurred on the 18th of August, 2017.

A source told our reporter that the crocodile is a deity in Okpai  community which they believe on and worship which they commit their affairs annually.

Further gathered that the community has stopped all the activities of the company in the area until funeral ceremony is carried out to appease the god of their land.

According to the source he said before work will start in any of the  Agip site the crocodile must be given a befitting burial to avoid disaster in their community by ancestors

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