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Meet Nigerian Army female fighters

By Guardian Exclusive
29 March 2020   |   8:32 pm
There is a special battalion in the Nigerian Army made up of soldiers who have proven they can hold their own in combat. They are part of an elite all-women corps known as the NAWC – the Nigerian Army Women Corps.⁣

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