Nigeria is facing unprecedented levels of theft of its main export. The theft of oil is costing the country an estimated $700m a month. And the losses are forcing the government to borrow more to fund a growing budget deficit. Al Jazeera's @AhmedIdris reports from the Niger Delta, Nigeria.
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