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Widow of slain Nigerian soldier Seun Sakaba talks about her husband and ordeal with Nigerian Army

By Guardian Exclusive
29 July 2021   |   10:46 am
Seun Sakaba, wife of a Nigerian slain soldier talks to GuardianTV about how she received the news of her husband's death, her pains, and her ordeal with the Nigerian Army.

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