Multinational Oil Corporations Corporate Integrity Ethics and Sustainable Development in Niger Delta, Nigeria

Okoji Olufemi Onweazu

Abstract


The Niger Delta region has become the mainstay of the Nigerian economy, the zone is also known for its gas, hydrocarbon and water resources. These rich natural endowments have, however, not translated into concrete development of the region. Rather, the region has a catalogue of human and infrastructural problems which have been largely unattended to while its resources are being exploited. Thus, this study examines if the operation of multinational oil corporations in Niger Delta complies with the principles of corporate integrity. The study adopted descriptive survey research design of ex- post facto. The instrument used in this research work was tagged Corporate Integrity and Sustainable Development Questionnaire (CISDQ). The research questions raised for the study were analysed with Mean and Standard Deviation statistical data.

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