PHOTO STORY: How ExxonMobil underdevelops Ibeno community

By Atâyi Babs

 

oil-soaked 'potable' water fetched from a borehole in Ibeno
oil-soaked ‘potable’ water fetched from a borehole in Ibeno (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
a major road in the community
a major road in the community (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
a view of Ibeno community's skyline at night
a view of Ibeno community’s skyline at night (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
Another view of the oil-soaked 'potable' water in Ibeno
Another view of the oil-soaked ‘potable’ water in Ibeno (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
Everyday life in Ibeno community
Everyday life in Ibeno community (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
evidence of oil spillage on the streets of Ibeno
evidence of oil spillage on the streets of Ibeno (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
ExxonMobil flaring gas within its yard in Ibeno
ExxonMobil flaring gas within its yard in Ibeno (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
free, unhindered gas flaring in ExxonMobil yard in Ibeno
free, unhindered gas flaring in ExxonMobil yard in Ibeno (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
Paramount ruler of Ibeno
Paramount ruler of Ibeno (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
oil-soaked road in the community
oil-soaked road in the community (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)
gas flaring, a permanent feature of night life in Ibeno
gas flaring, a permanent feature of night life in Ibeno (PHOTO: ClimateReporters/Atâyi Babs)

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