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Rising water levels threaten to sack Biseni Community in Bayelsa

By TVC News Nigeria
14 October 2019   |   10:46 am
As people relocate to higher grounds, the call becomes expedient for multinational companies, donor agencies, State and Federal Governments to come to the aid of Biseni community.

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