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53 traders from Niger Republic die after boat mishap in Kebbi

The Chairman of the Bagudo Local Government Council in Kebbi, Alhaji Muhammad Zagga, confirmed on Thursday that no fewer than 53 traders were feared dead in a boat mishap on River Niger in Bagudo, Kebbi.

53 traders die in Kebbi boat accident

No fewer than 53 traders were feared dead in a boat accident on River Niger in Bagudo, Kebbi State.

43 drown, 57 missing in Kebbi boat mishap

Rescue operators have recovered 43 dead bodies of traders drowned when the boat they were traveling in capsized at a village, at Lolo area of Bagudo Local Government Area of Kebbi State, on Thursday.

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