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NIGERIA-ELECTION/DELTA
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March 02, 2015
A woman walks past a shed displaying bottles containing petrol for sale along a road in Ikot-Ada-Udo...
IKOT, Nigeria
A woman walks past a shed displaying bottles containing petrol for sale along a road in Ikot-Ada-Udo...
A woman walks past a shed displaying bottles containing petrol for sale along a road in Ikot-Ada-Udo community in Nigeria's Akwa Ibom state February 27,2015. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan's flagship reform policies -- power and farming -- have not hugely benefited the delta. Power privatisation has yet to translate to more kilowatts on the grid anywhere, while reforms to farming, especially cutting corrupt middle men out of a state fertiliser scheme, has disproportionately benefited the north, where the vast majority of agriculture happens. Even so, the mere fact the president is from the delta is enough for many to feel historic injustices are being righted. Picture taken February 27, 2015. To match Insight NIGERIA-ELECTION/DELTA REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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