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21 Aug 2019
Many travelers were Wednesday stranded at Nigeria and Benin Republic border as officials closed the border on both sides without formal notice. "Just on my way to Nigeria now they have close border chai," a stranded traveler Sebomi told The Guardian. "The Benin-Nigerian borders are closed. At Chikanda and around Kwara state and other borders,…

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