Gunmen kill two road safety officials in Nigeria

Gunmen kill two road safety officials in Nigeria

Kano : Nigeria | Oct 10, 2012 at 11:22 PM PDT
Source: Zee News
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Zaki said the incident occurred at Madobi road near Sani Abacha Youth Centre and caused panic in the city. The attack came barely 24 hours after gunmen killed two policemen on Polio Immunization exercise at Kofar Dawanau quarters of Dala local government area of the metropolis. FULL ARTICLE AT Zee News
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