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Terror Alert: Abuja residents react

By Guardian Exclusive
09 November 2022   |   9:58 am
The governments of the US and the UK recently warned their citizens of a possible terror attack in Abuja. This warning, which was not well received by the Nigerian government, sent panic across the country. GuardianTV spoke with residents of the Nigerian capital to get their takes on the terror alerts from the UK and US authorities and how they have impacted their day-to-day lives.

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