By Tim Cocks ABUJA (Reuters) - Not many presidents could survive three multi-billion dollar government oil corruption scandals and a wave of cold-blooded killings and kidnappings of civilians by Islamist militants still holding hundreds of schoolgirls after six months. Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has not only survived, he will seek reelection in February stronger than ever, after five ...
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