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Bandits invade University of Abuja, kidnap four staff and children

By Guardian Exclusive
02 November 2021   |   5:04 pm
Suspected bandits in the early hours of Tuesday attacked the staff quarters of the University of Abuja, abducting four staff of the institution along with their children.

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