How ‘Illegal’ Mining Activities Pollute Nigeria’s Sacred Osun River, Desecrate Goddess’ Grove, Endanger Lives Of Users; Sahara Reporters

Continuous and unregulated mining activities around the popular Osun River which runs across South-West states in Nigeria have been causing pollution ad engendering lives of users of the water across several towns and communities, Al Jazeera reports. In his early twenties, Simeon Abolarinwa did the grown-up thing of making a curriculum vitae for the first time. At the bottom of the document, he listed his hobbies: hunting, hiking and fishing. Unlike many of his peers doing the same to fill space or boost their profiles, these were actually his hobbies.

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