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It might not have come as a surprise to those who follow murky Nigerian politics that its attorney-general and justice ministry want international oil companies to pay $62bn (about R941bn) in outstanding revenues.

Ostensibly, Nigeria is pulling its shakedown playbook on oil majors such as Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell and Total for shortchanging the government under a revenue-sharing agreement struck in the 1990s.  ..

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