Nigerian rivers especially those in the Niger Delta region suffer from serious pollution from mining activities exposing communities to lack of water or condemnation to highly contaminated water. From indiscriminate dumping of wastes in drainages which end up in the streams and rivers pushing into seas, individuals on their part, help choke the ecosystem.
Nature protectors are calling for a right for the rivers to make them breathe just as their UK counterparts.
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