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Insecurity: President Buhari demands ”Crushing response” to bandits’ attacks

By TVC News Nigeria
12 July 2021   |   12:08 pm
President Muhammadu Buhari has demanded a “crushing response” from the military in the wake of bandits’ abductions and killings in Kaduna and Zamfara respectively.

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