Nigerians siphoning off oil for survival

Unemployment and poverty forcing many to turn to crime and they are tapping into the country's rich resources of oil.

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    In Nigeria, unemployment and poverty are forcing many young people to turn to crime and they are tapping into the country's rich resources of oil.

    Africa's largest producer of crude oil is losing millions of dollars because of theft, but some locals say the illicit way is their only means of survival.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Niger Delta.


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