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We must get our definition of terrorism right, Rep. Elendu warns

Nigeria’s House of Representatives on Tuesday passed through second reading a Bill which seeks repeal Terrorism (Prevention) Act, 2011 and enacts Terrorism (Prevention and Prohibition) Bill.

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