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Nigerians react to level of Insecurity in the country

By TVC News Nigeria
21 July 2019   |   6:22 am
The spate of killings, Kidnappings, and armed banditry has become quite worrisome in Nigeria and there are increasing calls for more proactiveness, accountability, and Transparency in tackling the lack of security.

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