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Over unlawful pipelines and oil theft, SERAP sues Buhari.

Over unlawful pipelines and oil theft, SERAP sues Buhari. 3 NaijaNoWell(SERAP) has filed a lawsuit against President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration at the ECOWAS Court of Justice in Abuja for failing to look into the operation of illegal oil pipelines between 2001 and 2022, identify and bring charges against those believed to be involved, and recoup the proceeds of the alleged crime.


SERAP, Chief Eric Dooh (who is suing on behalf of the Goi Community and for himself as a leader of the Goi Community in the Gokana Local Council of Rivers State), and 15 other concerned Nigerians filed the lawsuit.


The lawsuit was brought after news broke that at least 58 illegal oil pipelines that were being used to siphon off the nation’s oil wealth had been found.


According to reports, the theft takes place through an illegal pipeline that is linked to the trunk line, travels through an abandoned pipeline, and is connected to a location in the high seas where crude oil is loaded onto ships and sold abroad.


The plaintiffs in the lawsuit, No ECW/CCJ/APP/53/22, filed last Friday, are asking for an order directing and compelling the Buhari administration to look into reports of the use of illegal pipelines and oil theft as soon as possible and to identify and bring charges against any suspected offenders.


Additionally, the plaintiffs are asking for an order compelling the Buhari administration to respect, safeguard, and uphold the human rights of the Niger Delta population, who have continued to suffer the consequences of oil theft by non-state actors. They also want the government to fully recover any proceeds of crime.


The plaintiffs in the lawsuit contend that the Buhari administration is failing to uphold its obligations under international law to ensure that the oil wealth of the nation is used only for the benefit of Nigerians and does not end up in private pockets.


Additionally, they contend that both state and non-state actors appear to have stolen the nation’s oil wealth, with the poor and socioeconomically vulnerable Nigerians continuing to bear the brunt of this crime.


For the lawsuit’s hearing, no date has been set.

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