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Corruption fuels public anger

 IPS 16 January 2019

As a nationwide strike and protests against the lifting of the fuel subsidy paralysed Nigeria for the third day in a row, analysts say the billions of dollars a year lost to corruption in the oil industry could have been used to leave the subsidy in place. (898 Words) - By Mustapha Muhammad


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Demonstrators flock to the streets of Kano to protest the fuel subsidy removal. Photo: Mustapha Muhammad/IPS

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