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Nigerian kidnappers demand 1 mln naira for 80 kids

By Reuters
05 August 2021   |   1:54 pm
Kidnappers are demanding a ransom of one million naira each to release around 80 children snatched from a boarding school in northern Nigeria last month, according to a pastor involved in the negotiations for their release.

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