Borno: Not all blood and sorrow
By Guardian Exclusive
08 September 2017 | 11:01 am
Maiduguri is a calm city on a Sunday in early June. But for the sound made by locals greeting one another across roads, and the whirring sound of tricycles that ply the inner streets of the old city, all else is noiseless. Or so it seems.
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