Typescript letter to Sister Majella from Ken Saro-Wiwa referring to a number of subjects, including: receipt of her diary, and book Getting to Yes; thoughts on Shell, stating 'I have a feeling that Shell thinks they can sit all this out and carry on as before. I think they are wrong. All it means is that we have to work harder'; Niger Delta Environmental Survey and involvement of Claude Ake on the Steering Committee, noting 'He is constantly in touch with us, and has, indeed, held two meetings with us here in the detention camp'; reaction to publicity regarding the Ogoni campaign; update from the tribunal, stating 'Our lawyers have now withdrawn and the Legal Aid Council of Rivers State has provided a lawyer for each of us We expect that they will get the proceedings from the Tribunal but we are not giving them any of our own papers. In short, we will not be co-operating with any of the defence counsel. We would like it known that the State are judge, prosecuting and defence counsel all rolled into one so that the true intent of the State is no longer masked'; situation on the detention camp, stating 'The situation around us in the detention camp is a lot more relaxed now. "Delta Force" forced Okuntimo out of his positions as Camp Commandant and Commander of the Internal Security Task Force we are now in ostensibly more civilized hands'; visits in the detention camp, stating 'For a greasing of palms people have access to us and can spend thirty minutes to one hour. This has been most relieving'; visits from Ogoni women and youths, stating 'It has been impossible to hold meetings, and it does appear that the only meeting that is currently being held once a month is that summoned by my mother. She is patron of the organization - BIAKA (GLORIOUS WOMEN) They are surely in the vanguard of the resistance. I feel so proud of my mother!'; resolution of the national crisis; written work, stating 'I did receive a laptop computer from Junior This has eased my pain a great deal, and am beginning to write again, after a lull of seven months'; Sister Majella's month-long stay in Rome, and her absence from Ogoni, stating 'I can't just reconcile myself to the fact that we will not be seeing you in Ogoni again What is comforting is that you are well and that you will always be in touch, quite apart from the fact that spiritually, we are together'; regards to members of Ogoni Solidarity Ireland; and nomination for the Nobel Peace prize, stating 'I cannot believe that anyone should think me fit to receive the Nobel Prize for Peace To think that I should be the Nigerian with the greatest number of international awards. And that I should be an Ogoni! What's that about the stone rejected by the builders? God is good, as we say over here'.