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Learning under trees

By Guardian Exclusive
28 January 2019   |   12:30 pm
This is not some parts of Borno state where insurgents have destroyed schools. These images are from a school in Lagos, Nigeria's commercial nerve centre. The students of State Junior High School, Ibereko, Badagry were pictured last week taking lessons under trees in the school premises.

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