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Nigerians lose millions to phoney investment funds

Aduke Komolafe, a 58-year-old Nigerian civil servant, put an end to her life by swallowing rat poison, mortified at the loss of her savings to a phoney investment fund. Lured by the promise of 100% returns in two weeks, the mother of five put 1,3-million naira ($10 000) into Pennywise, one of dozens of self-styled "wonder" investment firms.

Shell under fire from Nigerian ethnic groups

Since 1956, when Shell first struck oil in Nigeria, the Anglo-Dutch oil giant has never been under fire like it has since the beginning of the year, analysts said on Wednesday. Shell's foray into Nigeria's lucrative oil industry began with the historic feat of striking the first oil well in Oloibiri in present-day southern Bayelsa state.

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