Working with Shell's nation chief for Nigeria, the organization's Committee of Managing Directors must choose how to react to the Nigerian government's choice to force capital punishment on Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight different pioneers of a development for the privileges of the Ogoni (one of Nigeria's 240 ethnic gatherings). As the case opens, Saro-Wiwa and his codefendants have recently been discovered blameworthy of inducing homicide in a trial that worldwide eyewitnesses have censured as profoundly defective. Saro-Wiwa, an earthy person, author, agent, TV maker, and human rights lobbyist, has been a vocal commentator of the Nigerian government as well as Shell. Gives foundation on Shell, on its business in Nigeria, and on natural and human rights issues in the Niger Delta. Suggested for use with , , , and . Supplemented by .
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