A Fisherman without Fish

Bestman Nakura does what fishermen do. He goes fishing every day. Except; in the river and the waters where he used to catch massive amounts of fish, nowadays he hardly gets anything. He still keeps trying because he needs to feed his family. Bestman has a wife and two kids. The whole family along with all other families in the Niger delta in Nigeria are victims of a thriving oil industry. Thriving that is for the big money and the corporate world, as well as corrupt authorities. Over the last decades the oil industry has destroyed and polluted the Niger delta with unfathomable amounts of oil spill. The result: Dead waters – and no fish left for fishermen like Bestman. In the video Bestman Nakura tells his own story.

4 Responses to “A Fisherman without Fish”

  1. […] A Fisherman without Fish […]

  2. Manuel Joao Says:

    Where is the government to defend the interests of the people who do not pay for what you consume? where this implementation of polluter pays principle?
    ‘re together in the fight against the killers of nature.
    when and where to apply the principle Human beings are at the center of concerns for sustainable development. have
    entitled to a healthy and productive life in harmony with nature.? see this and be together because I believe that we shall overcome someday.

  3. I wouldn’t want to underestimate all the problems that many African countries have, but as stated in the previous comment, why isn’t the government doing something to help its own people?

  4. That will refresh the page and you will see all of the fields for creating your first entry on the right side of the page. You can share your thoughts only with the few people that you work with or hang out with.

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