Shell paid Nigerian military, police to protect assets

An oil industry watchdog said  yesterday that Shell paid Nigeria’s military and police $65 million over two years to secure company facilities, alleging the firm had bankrolled forces widely accused of rights abuses. Citing leaked company documents, London-based Platform said Shell spent a total of $383 million (R3,188 billion) on security in Nigeria between 2007
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