Handwritten letter to Sister Majella from Ken Saro-Wiwa referring to a number of subjects, including: media coverage in the Irish Times; his captivity, stating 'I have never really felt I was in danger. The sure knowledge of my innocence gave me that feeling. I thought that I'd remain in captivity until God should have used that fact to make the Ogoni cause better known and pave the way for solving some of the many problems which confront the Ogoni people and similar groups in Nigeria, if not the African continent. Big thought. Big assignment'; health matters; Shell's involvement at the trial, stating 'I did let you know that Shell are represented by Counsel holding a "watching brief" at the trial. When that got embarrassing, they got the Counsel who is also Chairman of the Rivers State branch of the Nigerian Bar Association to publicly withdraw from the Tribunal while secretly representing them through the Bar Association which can legitimately be at the Tribunal'; financial problems, stating 'I did obtain permission from the Right Livelihood Award Foundation to use the prize money for our defence, I regret this a lot as I had hoped to spend the money on Ogoni women'; harassment of the Ogoni people by the military; performance of Ledum Mitee at the tribunal, stating 'he was able to rubbish the testimony of Dr G.B. Leton and Miss Priscilla Vikue and to show them up as liars. Two other witnesses have also sworn to affidavits confessing that they were bribed to testify against me & in normal circumstances, that should have ended the trial'; written work, stating 'I'm trying to perfect some of the manuscripts I've completed during my incarceration. The pity is my computer has been seized and my work is therefore stymied. However, I hope to complete the diary of my first detention and to send it off to the U.K. in the hope that I might find a publisher'; update on Shell and its 'Major Environmental Survey' of the Niger Delta; and the Goldman Environmental Prize.