Blackouts, Violence and Now Recession: Nigeria’s Troubles Mount

On a site four times the size of Manhattan along the banks of the Niger river, the Ajaokuta steel plant was supposed to symbolize Nigeria’s modernity and prosperity rather than its failure. Russian contractors first started building it in 1979 and estimates on how much has been spent range from $4 billion to $10 billion. […]

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