Long before the Occupy movement forced economic and class inequality onto the political agenda in the U.S., Nigeria had its own “We are the 99%” rallying cry. According to the World Bank, more than 80 per cent of the vast oil revenues flowing into the country – $59 billion in 2010, accounting for “more than 80 per cent of government revenues and 95 per cent of foreign exchange income” – were ...
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Added January 24, 2012
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