The lot’s owner, Sunday Nana, confirmed that he had agreed to let foreign importers use his land. He had initially asked for $200 per month, but negotiations settled at $100.
In the 1980s, Italy paid a Nigerian town $100 a month to store toxic waste—and it’s happening again
Stephanie Buck
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Wow! This is what happens when the people in the country are hungry. They can do anything and settle for anything just to survive. 
(P.S. I’m Nigerian, so I know what I’m saying.)

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