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Residents of a Kenyan village awarded $12 million in a lawsuit over lead poisoning
by Bukola Adebayo, CNN
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17 July 2020
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A Kenyan community whose children and residents were sickened by lead from a battery smelting plant has been awarded $12 million (1.3 billion Kenyan shillings) following a civil lawsuit. The ruling comes after years of grassroots work by environmental activist Phyllis Omido, who launched a legal challenge against the government and the smelting plant owners . . . Omido was named one of the 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize winners and she has been dubbed the 'East African Erin Brockovich.'
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