On January 16, 2012, the entire shoreline communities of Bayelsa State, the home state of the President of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Ebelemi Jonathan was hit by a gas fire disaster and oil spillage from a Chevron owned rig. Two lives were lost and immeasurable damage was recorded as a forty six [46] day gas fire ensued and spewed crude oil and gas. President Goodluck Jonathan visited the affected community 42 days after the gas explosion.

?I noticed that many issues have been raised and these are issues we are quite conversant with. I can assure you that we will look into it, the company, the state government and the federal government will continue to address them,? ? stated President Goodluck Ebelemi Jonathan on February 27, 2012 to the angry youths of the affected communities who welcomed him with war songs ? waving the national Ijaw flag.

Chevron rig fire offshore Nigeria

Information available to 247ureports.com through an inside source within the presidency, indicates that the President has shown little indication of fulfilling on his promise to the community beyond ?relief? material disbursed by Chevron to the community ? materials such as rice, garri, yam, cow, groundnut oil, frozen fish, chicken, beverages, tin tomatoes, salt and sugar ? of which the traditional ruler of Koluama1 said were not enough, adding that Chevron only acted because of pressure from the State government. ?We want to see the federal government?, the monarch said.

The source indicated that the affected community had anticipated the President would weigh on the oil-multinationals into addressing the disastrous impact of the gas fire ? and proffering a remedy ? along with associated compensation.

According to the source who also is an indigene of the Niger Delta community, the activists and leadership of the area had long been ?pocketed? by the oil multinationals ? to the extent ? most have lost the ability to muster civil agitation for the rights of the host communities. ?Even the elected officials in the likes of the governors and Abuja elected politician are all in their pockets in exchange for campaign funds.?

Cursory inquiry into the affected communities reveals the unspoken. Anger within the affected community appears brewing silently over the perception that the Federal government and the President have turned their backs on them and may have joined the oil multinational against them. This comes against the action by the heads of each affected community in drafting four letters to Chevron [dated April 12, 2012, May 2, 2012, May 15, 2012, and July 25, 2012] detailing demands for immediate payment of compensation for damages suffered by them as a result of gas explosion, oil spill and fire at K. S. Endeavor rig between 16th January 2012 and March 2, 2012.

crude oil spill

Specifically, the community leaders jointly made the following demands:

Clean up of the entire waterways, creeks and rivers adjoining communities in an environmentally friendly way to free it of any trace of crude oil;A full and comprehensive disclosure of all the facts and circumstances of this spill including the cause, the number of barrels of crude oil spilled, the volume of gas released into the atmosphere and the condition of the gas well among others.The payment of the sum of N2billion to each community for the untold damages suffered.The payment of the sum of N1billion to each of the community for inconveniences, injurious affection and loss of income.Because of the urgency of this matter, we also demand that our demands be met within 7 days of their receipt of our letter.

Chevron has yet to respond to the letter. But the Managing Director of Chevron, Deji Haastrop in a June 28, 2012 statement to the press mentioned that an independent panel will be set up and charged with the assessment of the damage to the community. The independent committee is to comprise of ? NNPC, Chevron, Bayelsa State government, DPR, NOSDRA, NGOs and Regional Development Communities. The finding of the panel has yet to be made public. It is uncertain the extent the panel investigated the damage.

In what appears to resemble a flicker of hope, a source within the Bayelsa State government house in Yenogua reveals the Bayelsa State Ministry of Environment had recently requested from the affected communities, a list of damages and demands. The source who stated that the list had been submitted and received by the Ministry also added that the State government of Bayelsa appears apprehensive to act ? largely because of Mr. President. ?This is Mr. President?s home state, we have to follow his lead? said the source.

?We are waiting on Mr. President and the folks at Chevron?, clarified the source who pointed the blame for the delay squarely that the presidency. He adds that the managers at Chevron ?understand the body language of the presidency?. The source pointed out the huge volumes of crude oil produced by the oil company as one of the reasons the presidency may be dragging its feet.   In 2010, Chevron pumped an average 524,000 barrels per day of crude from the said community ? equivalent to $19.2billion [N3trillion]. In addition, Chevron has the exclusive exploration rights over 2.2million acres of Niger Delta land and waters.

A February 17, 2012 editorial by Punch Newspapers captured the presidency?s attitude towards the gas disaster as follows:

?That the current disaster at the Chevron gas facility has failed to draw serious attention of The Presidency and National Assembly as well as relevant agencies like the Federal Ministry of Environment, is not altogether surprising. The age-old nonchalance about the environment and well-being of citizens is simply being replayed. If anything, the government is getting even further removed from the populace and the symptoms of a failed state are becoming more pronounced. In 1980, President Shehu Shagari was at Funiwa for first-hand information about the oil spill and to show sympathy and support for the local people. Not so with President Goodluck Jonathan in 2012 whose recent visit to campaign for and vote in the Bayelsa State governorship election did not include a visit to the affected communities.?

Historically, the Niger Delta regions has suffered an overwhelming crude oil related disaster in the hands of oil multinationals in cohorts with weak and/or corrupt Nigerian Presidents.   In 1978, Gulf Oil Company of Nigeria caused the Escravos spill in which 300,000 barrels of crude were emptied into the environment. In the same year, the Forcados Terminal Tank Farm, owned and operated by Shell Petroleum Development Company, spilled 580,000 barrels. In 1980, there was the Funiwa oil blow-out in which a facility owned and operated by Texaco Overseas spilled 400,000 barrels.

List of affected Communities ?

Mr. Ikioukenighe Isaac, Mrs. Braye Ikporo, Mrs. Disemi Kolu, Mrs. Ebiake Abraham and Mr. Prince Tukuru all of Koluama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State and 300 others;Atalawei Emmanuel, Atalawei Alawei, Atalawei George, Atalawei Namaka, Atalawei Beril and Atalawei Naataco Sam all of Olugbobiri Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State and 1, 178 others;Mr. Katsina Friday, Mr. Franklin Yewei, Mr. Ebikemefa Samuel, Mr. Godknows Yewei, Mr. Innocent Markson and Mr. Enelly Torubele all of Fishtown Settlement, Kefe Host Communities of Brass LGA of Bayelsa State and 538 others;Mr. Ebibotei Pudighe, Mr. Nathaniel Innocent, Mr. Toidighe Felix, Mr. Ayibalatei Friday, Mr. Tarilatei Diepriye and Mr. Puyefa Doutimi all of Ekeni Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State and 186 others;Chief. Iyowei Amakiri, Mr. Seiyebo Tuwaghe, Miss. Better Taylor, Chief Ebiri Douglas, Mr. Sinclair Emmanuel and Mr. Ere Gidi all of Forupa Community, Southern Ijaw LGA of Bayelsa State and 410 others;Paramount Ruler, Council of Chiefs and the entire people of Olugbobiri Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State;Paramount Ruler, Chiefs, CDC Chairman and entire people of Diebu Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State; andParamount Ruler, Council of Chiefs and the entire people of Peremabiri Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State.Suoma Community, Koluama Clan, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateKoluama Well Head, Camp 1, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateKoluama Well Head Camp 2, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateKoluama Peletei Fishing Camp I, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateKoluama Peletei Fishing Camp II, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateKoluama Peletei fishing Camp III, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StatePulo Fishing Camp 1, Koluama, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateKoluama Angala Fishing Port I, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateKoluama Angala Fishing Port II, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateKoluama Olodo Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StatePeremabiri Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOkoronama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOndewari Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateIkpaingi Community, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StateEyogbene Community, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StateEgbopulo-Ama Community, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StateEtebegbene Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateAwegbene Community, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StateKeme-Ebiama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateUmbugbene Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateDabas Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateAgberikigbene Community, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StateTari-Ama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateZion Kiri Ama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOndewari II Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateIsoni Community, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa State

Otokogbene Fishing Settlement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State Pulo Fishing Camp II, Koluama, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State Olugboboro Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State Doinkighegbene  fishing Settlement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateAgbedewari  fishing Settlement, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StateAyama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOnyoma Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOkungbene fishing Settlement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateAkeddei Community, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StateGbaraun  Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateLocation  Gbene, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa StateEdeworkiri  fishing Settlement, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State LGA, Bayelsa StateBoudigbene fishing Settlement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateEgoligbene fishing Settlement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateMbasikiri fishing Settlement, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StatePargatanga Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateTengi Tereke Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateSobite Kiri Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateEremikaye Fishing Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateBenben Kiri Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateEneghan ?Ama Community, Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa State Edepie Commiunity, Yenagoa LGA, Bayelsa State Azi-Okunu Community, Yenagoa LGA, Bayelsa State Amoviadem Community, Yenagoa LGA, Bayelsa State  Etegwe   ? Epie  Community,             Yenagoa LGA, Bayelsa StateMiebi Gbene fishing Settlement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StatePere -Ama  Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOmbu ? Ama Fishing   Settlement, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateGbobo Fishing Town, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateHart ? Kiri Fishing Settlement, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateAmaye Fishing Town            , Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateBilly KIRI Fishing Camp   Community,                Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOckiya Iwokiri Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOlogoama Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateEkowe Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateDongoisaigha Fishing,  Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateEkperiama  Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOtuabula Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateAbobiri    Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateOtioama fishing Settlement , Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateElukama    Community Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateDorgu Iwoama   Community,               Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateAlama  Community Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateWaniye  fishing Settlement Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateAya -Ama               Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOkiki  1 Community,             Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateEmatebuke            Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateOtuabula II            Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateOtuobhi Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateOtuekpein              Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateAyebaye-ama   Community,                Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOtuaganagu           Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateAbobiri    Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateAkoloman 1 Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateAkoloman 11 Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateOlogoghe Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateOnuebum Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateLugugbeinwei-ama Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa StateOlogi Town, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateOtuedu Town, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateAyakoro Town, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa StateOgbema Fikoru-Ama            , Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateAkakumama Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOlukama Community            , Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateAla-Ama fishing Camp Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOtio -Ama fishing Settlement Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateIria ?Ama fishing Camp Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateMatthew kiri fishing Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateFriday kiri  Community Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateDaneke Fishing Camp Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateGodwin Kiri fishing Camp Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOgbulu ?Ama fishing Camp Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOsakir Riri Community Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateEbiaye ?ama fishing Settlement Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateIzagba kiri Community Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateInowei-ama fishing Camp, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOmbu ?Ama Fishing 11 Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOnyoma Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOkun.gbene fishing Settlement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateEdeworkiri fishing Settelement, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateKassama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateAza-kassama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateAzama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOlateiama Town, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOwei-ama Town, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateUsakubebe-ama Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateAsagala ?ama Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa StateDubalaye ?Ama, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateSundayKiri Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateGibsonowei-Ama Settlement               , Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateJudepogokiri Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateLuckykiri Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateAlabokelvin-Kiri Community,              Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateGeorge-Ama Fishing Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateOkitotoru  Fishing  Settlement, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateMark Fishing Settlement, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateIgonikiri Fishing Community,              Nembe LGA, Bayelsa StateMr. Ebibotei Pudighe, Mr. Nathaniel Innocent, Mr. Toidighe Felix, Mr. Ayibalatei Friday, Mr. Tarilatei Diepriye and Mr. Puyefa Doutimi and 186 others of Ekeni Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa StateOtuogori Community            , Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa State

100.Goluboama Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

101.Sangakubu Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

102.Obarigbekiri Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

103.Don Goewogha Community,                Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

104.Okokoama Okokokiri Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

105.Arukurgha Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

106.Oweiama fishing settelement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

107.Akoinama Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

108.Okporama Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

109.Asuogha Community            , Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

110.Egoligbene Fishing Settlement, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

111.Imbasikiri Fishing Settlement              , Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

112.Ayebaye-Ama Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

113.Serekeama Fishing Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

114.Onunakubor okiki Community, Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa State

115.Ama-Ebimo-Ogbo Gbaraun,                Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

116.Ebiladei-Ogbo (Gbaraun), Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

117.Agbarikigbene Community,                 Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa State

118.Olukama Community            , Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

119.Azi-Okumu Community, Yenagoa LGA, Bayelsa State

120.Eneghan-Ama Community,                 Sagbama LGA, Bayelsa State

121.Iyirepama ?ogbo (Gbaraun) Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

122.Tamarau Erepamowei ?Ogbo, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

123.Omom-Ema Community, Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

124.Ogbema Community             , Nembe LGA, Bayelsa State

125.Obiene ?Ama, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

126.Ebinabo Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

127.Shell-Kiri Community           , Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

128.Martha-Kiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

129.Asagala ?ama Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

130.Arukurgha Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

131.Lugugbeinwei-ama Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

132.Asuogha Community            , Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

133.Bele ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

134.Kalakabia ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

135.Oborua Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

136.Kaka Soubere Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

137.Godnodie-Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

138.Famokuma ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

139.Gbaribo ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

140.Papadogu Asack  Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

141.Dighabo ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

142. Amiesakiri 11 Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

143. Inieso ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

144. Ogonibo ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

145. Andrein ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

146. Nathaniel ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

147. Pereowei  Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

148. Meshaeh Okolo Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

149. Digha ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

150. Ebi ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

151. Irufagha ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

152. Doll- Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

153. Bogote- Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

154. Bendick ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

155. Robinson ? Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

156. Okuro Olali ? Ama Commmunity, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

157. Daniel ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

158. Biodomoye ? Ama Community,          Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

159. Alakuro ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

160. Donah ? Ama community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

161. Mathew ? Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

162. Gila ?Ama Community,        Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

163. Iyagama Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

164. Numomiyegha  Kiri community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

165. Ngibote Kiri community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

166. Karibo Kiri community,       Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

167.Francis Iderite Ama, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

168.Teifie Ama, Odioma Kingdom, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

169.Ilaje Ama, Odioma Kingdom, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

170. Noble Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

171. Akpaka  Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

172. Ogbiabo  Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

173. Izulu ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

174. Banado ?Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

175. Atiei ?Ama Community       , Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

176. Alabo- Ama Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

177. Tubo Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

178. Aduga Kiri Community,      Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

179. Gbidibo Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

180. Junior Kiri Community, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

181.Onu Ama Community, Odioma Kingdom, Brass LGA,  Bayelsa State

182.Yunre Ikioworio,  Eleefa Calmclay,  Iniste  Oweifubo, Tension Victor,  Biodri Lucky  &  295 others  of Egele Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

183.Inator Philip,  Saraymoye Joe,  Kienpaemi Aduzi,  Obeytei London,  Anara Ifiemi

& 402 others of Ebekiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

184.Ibiyekpa Rufus,  Egbege Rolland,  Okporubiyo Simeon, Fufufi  Kenedy, Keren Alabo & 499 others of Ebekiri II Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

185.Vioce Victor, Salaba Efere,  GodGift Alfred, Abel Gibson, Bromo Koruba

& 347 others of Weinikekiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

186.Malauley Opuene,  Mark Clever,  Suoyo, Emina, George Clement, Wubertroce Victor & 261 others of Victoriagbene Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

187.Rose Numibofa,  Roseline Gibson,  fretagha John,  Alaesingha Alabo,  Dorcas Jacob &  198 others of Solomongbene Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

188.Tari Pelemoye,  Bogofanyu Otonye, Akon Moses,  Agalewari Muna,  Kukufa Dick

& 116 others of Mamiwaterkiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

189.Kalakiribou Otonye,  Okpo Apolo,  Osala Baranaye,  Benipere Obomo,  Gbamu Timipre & 258 others of Oweidikiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

190.Romani Hope, Dina Friday,  Srefagha Sunday,  Onaboye Micheal, Maria Joseph

& 247 others of Abolikiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

191.Sabagha Suonaryo,  Ilegi Bate,  Legimo Okorta, AMarga ken, Akoni Fred & 371 others of Saikiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

192.Trebai Idu,  Irete Frank,  Bogotanyo Clarkson,  Iberekuma Solomon, Bate Elemu

& 304 others of Pipeline Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

193.Periban Ihefanonyo,  Isigegha James,  Edward Madu,  Johnson Koko, Obonyo Ifiemi & 309 others of Tubuama Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

194.Chiasom Dan,  Lamoni Soutonye,  Telimo Omunabo, Animiyo Isaac,  Yelayefa Inemo & 186 others of Aginikiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

195.Obed Adam,  Amuna Lucky,   Didimo Allsn, Markson Dick, Otonye Amabebe,

& 62 others of Agolibama Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

196.Tonnmi Dadigi,     Modibo Lawson,   Gloria Oruya,  Ayebaton Demein,    Moris Jacob, & 832 others of Edinaf/Port Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

197.Teimifa Fiekuma,  Davis Ngokon,    Prescious Peddy, Orlu Wabise,  Owoko Romeo, & 264 others of Central Village Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

198.Paul Atei,   Reginald Mieye, Torubofa Bayemie,  Asari Gaskin, Ikirigo Thomson

& 176 others of Ijawkiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

199.Georgeba Owoko,   Jones Ndah,   Iboro, Haliru,   Eunice Jim, Tonye Dagogo

& 279 others of Canus Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

200.Evg. Theophilus Nicholas,  Ikalatei Friday,  Samuel Yelanyu, Okorigha Aye, Jacob Ebienyefa & 91 others of Omielakiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

201.Christiana Olali,  Anthonia Amaobu,  Divine Peter Agini,  Mary Elatei, Comfort Joseph & 92 others of Templekiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

202.Demein Amakiri,   Mrs. Rosalene Agini, Esther March, Golu Allen, Nimiworio Amaegbe & 230 others of Clementkiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

203.Imgonabo P. Rockson,   Adiniekinyou P. Rockson, Victor Pagamote,  Kelly Agini, Muma Amagrite,  & 184 others of Tolubugo Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

204.Trust Lazrush,  Erikakumo Erefah,  Ikakumo Samson, Ipogi Matthew,  Solomon Inemo & 184 others of Peterkiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

205.Sunday Ikorogu,  Maclean Inamunu,    David Ogoni,   Benson Gladys, John Itua,

& 92 others of Obokologbene Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

206.Rejoice Ebitimi, Consider Charles,  Alpha John,  Geliman David,  Grace Aprebo

& 131 others of Emmankiri Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

207.All Farmers Association of Nigeria, Ekeremor Local Government Area of Bayelsa State Chapter and 58 Cooperative Societies affiliated with it.

208.Bayelsa State Cooperative Women Alliance Ltd and all its 56 affiliates.

209.Banado Ama Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

210.Alabo Ama Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

211.Ogbiabo Ama Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

212.Akapakpa Kiri, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

213.Noble Kiri, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

214.Izulu Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

215.Atei Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

216.Digha Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

217.Ifiemi Peter Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

218.Okuro Olali Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

219.Emmanuel Vanman Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

220.Benedict Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

221.Robin Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

222.Egebe Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

223.Papadogu Asack Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

224.Ogonibo Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

225.Oborua Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

226.Bele Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

227.Pereowei Kiri, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

228.Gbanibo Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

229.Famokuma Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

230.Dighabo Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

231.Pargatanga Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

232.Meshach Okoto Kiri, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

233.Godnodie Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

234.Iboromo Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

235.Inieso Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

236.Matthew Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

237.Doute Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

238.Amiesa Kiri, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

239.Kaka Soubere, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

240.Kalakabia Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

241.Kaka Nathaniel Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

242.Doll Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

243.Ebi Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

244.Iruofagha Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

245.Obio Ebitei Ama, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

246.Olomu Kiri, Fishing Community, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State

247.Jacob Igburu, Nancy Jacob, Racheal Nicholas, Julius Selekeere, Ayebadiepriye Julius and 102 others of Ezetu 1, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

248. Abaraka Patrick, Agidi Ayibake-Ipreye, Bipeledei Tari, Bipeledei Victoria, Bright Confidence and 2058 others of Ezetu II, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

249.Chief Emmanuel Paul, Mr. Dennis David, Mrs Helling Nichalas, Mr. Stephen Samuel and 3022 others of Furopa Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

250.Chief N. K. Lazarus, Mrs Maureen Lazarus, Ikioworimene Nicholas, Favor Nicholas and 113 others of Olugbobiri Community, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State

251.Yenagoawei Trinity, Nembere John, Nicholas Victoria and 118 others of Koluama II, Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State.

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