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Women protest serial killings in Port Harcourt

By Guardian Exclusive
19 September 2019   |   4:10 pm
In the past few weeks, eight women have been killed in different hotels in the city of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The police are yet to make an arrest, but these women, who suspect it could be the handiwork of a serial killer, want security operatives to move fast and solve the murders.

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