Pressure mounts to stop fuel corruption in Nigeria

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Pressure is growing on the president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, to take decisive action following an investigation into high level corruption in the fuel sector.

The government subsidises the cost of fuel in Nigeria but the subsidy regime is also inefficient, costing the country billions of dollars.

The anti-corruption agency has been asked to prosecute those responsible, as Will Ross reports from Abuja.

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