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Coronavirus: Lagos govt searches for 35 passengers onboard Turkish Airline

By TVC News Nigeria
06 March 2020   |   7:05 am
Lagos state government says thirty five passengers resident in Lagos, who came with the airline that brought the italian with the coronavirus into Nigeria, are yet to be found, because they gave wrong information while filling forms, on the flight.

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