Nigeria: July 11, 2002


Unrest continues in the oil producing areas along the coast. This time, several dozen mothers are occupying an oil facility and demanding jobs for their sons. Many oil workers are threatening to strike if they don't get a raise. Some 95 percent of Nigeria's foreign exchange comes from crude oil sales. Most of the government revenue from this is stolen by corrupt government officials. 




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