By Adedapo Adesanya A Federal High Court in Port Harcourt, Rivers State will deliver the judgement on the matter between the Ogoni Youths Federation and the Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation Project (HYPREP), Federal Ministry of Environment, and other parties over a $10 million Ogoni clean-up fund on Thursday, July 16. The Ogoni Youth Federation had gone to court to mandate HYPREP and the Federal Ministry of Environment to supply the group with the details of how $10 million initially meant for the agency has been spent. The amount was released by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and its joint ventures (NNPC\/JV) for the implementation of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) report on Ogoniland, which showed that pollution from over 50 years of oil operations in the region has penetrated further and deeper than many may have supposed. The group had also accused HYPREP of financial recklessness, conspiracy to loot, double standard, failure to provide portable drinking water, failure to adhere to the recommendations of UNEP report among other allegations. Following a sitting on Tuesday, the Counsel to the pressure group urged the court to enter judgement in the favour of Ogoni youths, while the defence Counsel to HYPREP urged the court to dismiss the case. However, the presiding judge, Mr Emmanuel Obile, after listening to both motions, fixed next week Thursday for delivery of judgment. Speaking after the trial, the counsel representing Ogoni youths, Mr Gabriel Pyagbara, expressed optimism that justice will be served in his client\u2019s favour. \u201cWe have a very firm belief that the court will deliver judgement in our favour,\u201d he said. Also speaking, President of Ogoni Youth Federation, Mr Legborsi Yamabaana, expressed confidence that justice that the court will give them justice. \u201cWe have confidence in the judiciary that justice will be served. And if we don\u2019t get justice at the High Court, we will go to Appeal Court. But we are confident that we will get justice at the High Court,\u201d he said.