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Phyllis Omido: The woman who won $12m fighting lead battery poisoners
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1 August 2020
On 1 August 2020 BBC News reported:
After a decade of campaigning, Kenyan environmental activist Phyllis Omido won a court ruling that awarded $12m to a community poisoned by lead pollution from a nearby factory, as the BBC's Basillioh Mutahi reports. At 31, the business management graduate had just joined Kenya Metal Refineries, a firm in the coastal city of Mombasa which was recycling car batteries to extract the lead.
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