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Certain things about life are fairly easy to understand. Some others are much more difficult. The Ogoni people of the oil-rich Niger Delta region of South-South Nigeria are not strangers to rusty roof tops, greying farms, polluted waters, sooty skies, four air; neither are they strangers to economic disempowerment and political marginalisation; the totality of which they see as “genocide”.  Click here to download the full story