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Herdsmen rampage: Protest in London

By Guardian Exclusive
22 January 2018   |   2:26 pm
Nigerians in the United Kingdom are protesting against killings by herdsmen in some parts of the country. The protestors kicked off their march in front of the Nigerian High Commission as early as 10:30am today.

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