where were the gold mines in nigeria loed

where were the gold mines in nigeria loed

13 hours ago It was estimated that Nigeria loses $9 billion annually due to illegal mining and smuggling of gold, in the earlier motion sponsored by Senator Orji Uzor Kalu before senators went on …

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