ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria's justice ministry said on Friday it would prosecute anyone found guilty of being involved in a $6.8 billion fuel subsidy corruption scheme but urged the public to be patient and allow time for a full investigation. Civil society groups and trade unions have demanded arrests following a parliamentary report exposing one of the biggest known corruption scandals in ...
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Added May 04, 2012
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