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Nigeria:Extra-Judicial Killings - Two Nigerians Killed in South Africa in 48 Hours

allAfrica.com Jacob ZumaJacob Zuma
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()

[Premium Times] The Nigerian community in South Africa has confirmed the vicious killing of two members in that country within 48 hours, barely a month after President Jacob Zuma was honoured by the Imo Government.
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