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Oil privatisation call exposes Nigeria election divide, says FT

Nigeria’s state-owned refinery in Kaduna, a rusted hulk set on about three square kilometres on the parched outskirts of the northern city, has capacity to process 110,000 barrels of oil a day. Last year it processed virtually nothing. The other three state-owned refineries — in the oil-rich Niger delta region in the south of the…

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