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    Originally posted by adomanim1 View Post
    Nigeria perhaps is a bad example for you to choose. It's problems are essentially as a result of its wealth - oil and the fact that Nigeria itself is an 'invention'. The wealth is distributed in a very unequal way, and causes endless friction between the different (some 250) tribes that we cobbled together as a nation to be called Nigeria (a name invented by Lugard's wife). But Nigeria is moving forward. Sure it has profound problems - and it's a case of advancing with continual setbacks. But they have got rid of military dictatorships (unless there was a coup last night !!), do hold elections - and yes they are unsatisfactory - but they will get better.
    Interesting information but this thread was about rifle scopes failing in Africa. I don't see any mention of Nigeria as an example of anything.

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      Because the cases aren’t as high as in the rest of the world. They won’t be overlooked if they had millions of cases. 192.168.100.1 192.168.1.1 jpg to pdf
      Last edited by adomanim1; 11-19-2020, 11:50 AM.

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