More than 2,000 South Sudanese villagers reportedly have been relocated following an oil spill in a remote part of Northern Liech state.
Gatkouth Ruach says he and other villagers were moved to a different part of the state after a pipeline burst Nov. 7 in Budang County.
State Health Minister Kur Yai Nop denied anyone was relocated, saying there are no human settlements near the affected area.
“The people who are staying there are oil company staff. There is no community there, they are very far,” Nop told VOA’s South Sudan in Focus…readmore
Source: Voice of America