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Lady laments doing business in Nigeria: “How can you do the right thing and still get punished!”

By Guardian Exclusive
13 November 2020   |   10:40 am
“How can you do the right thing and still get punished for it,” laments Abuja-based restaurateur, as CORRUPT Federal Capital Territory Council personnel seal off her restaurant with staff and customers inside!⁣

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