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Geidam attack: Residents refute Army’s claim indicating community is safe

By TVC News Nigeria
27 April 2021   |   3:19 pm
Residents of Owerri, the capital and its environs are now living every minute with uncertainty. They want government to rise to the challenge of preventing violent attacks that have become so frequent in the state.

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