International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 8, Issue 6 (2022)

Oil pipeline vandalisation and its socio-legal effects in Nigeria


Ralp Mong Nwoke, Sharon Tolulope James, Ozinna Whitney Agbo

Oil is a major source of revenue in Nigeria which serves as a National form of internally generated revenue and a source of employment in Nigeria. However, several people vandalise Oil Pipelines in order to steal Oil produce. Pipeline vandalism is not unique to Nigeria. The issue of oil pipeline vandalism has defied the solution for years now since it started occurring in Nigeria. The Government at the Federal level in Nigeria has adopted methods in order to curb the menace of Oil Pipeline Vandalisation. Are those effects of any good, how far has oil pipeline vandalisim affected Nigeria as a Country? Are there any socio legal effects to Oil Pipeline Vandalism in Nigeria? What are the reasons behind the non-ending Oil Pipeline Vandalism in Nigeria? This paper seeks to address these issues and as well as recommending the way out from the menace of oil pipeline vandalisation in Nigeria.
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Ralp Mong Nwoke, Sharon Tolulope James, Ozinna Whitney Agbo. Oil pipeline vandalisation and its socio-legal effects in Nigeria. International Journal of Law, Volume 8, Issue 6, 2022, Pages 31-36
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