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Nigerian Gangs Fight With Swords Inside An Indian Hospital

Nigerian Gangs Fight With Swords Inside An Indian Hospital

National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) pegs the unemployment rate at 14.2% in the last quarter of 2016, up from 13.9% in the preceding quarter.

While most Nigerian youths complain about unemployment with good reason, Kuyoro Olawale is doing something about it and also helping the kids in his neighbourhood chase a dream.

NAIJ.com TV caught up with GKB Unicyclists – a group of young, talented and creative unicyclists gradually riding their way out of the hood while showing off their unique skills one show at a time.

Nigerian Gangs Fight With Swords Inside An Indian Hospital

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Nigerian troops backed by air strikes were fighting on Monday to recapture the northeastern town of Monguno from Boko Haram insurgents who had seized it a day earlier, security sources said. The insurgents had launched several simultaneous attacks early on Sunday. One hit the outskirts and airport of the main northeastern city of Maiduguri, the birthplace of Boko Haram’s five-year-old insurgency, which it covets as the potential capital of an Islamic state.

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