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Lagos rage room offers Nigerians cathartic release for pent-up anger

By Reuters
30 January 2024   |   3:22 am
Nigerians seeking a safe outlet for their anger can now head to the country's first rage room, where they can break glass, smash wardrobes, and destroy electronic devices without any consequences.

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