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Armed gangs seen in Lagos as protests continue

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Armed gangs seen in Lagos as protests continue

Armed gangs seen in Lagos as protests continue

Gangs armed with knives and sticks blocked major roads in Lagos on Friday, with many angered by an appeal by Nigeria's president for an end to demonstrations against police brutality that turned violent when protesters were shot.

Francis Maguire reports.


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