60 Million Barrels of Crude Oil Stolen From Nigeria - Report

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency commissioned a study 7 years ago over millions of barrels of crude oil that were accounted for. The study found that between January 2011 and December 2014, 60.2 million barrels of crude oil left Nigeria that were not recorded, but ended up in Philadelphian Port in the U.S, says human rights lawyer Femi Falana.

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