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So This Happened (195) reviews drug bunker discovery by NDLEA, World Cup final, other



In this episode of So This Happened, we reviewed the recent discovery of an underground bunker used by a suspected drug baron in Delta State by men of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.

We also reviewed the death of a lady, Hajia Selimot, who was crushed to death by a moving train along the Chikakore axis in Abuja’s Kubwa Area Council, despite several letters to the government requesting an overhead bridge at the rail crossing.

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Finally, we reviewed one of the world’s most fascinating events, the World Cup, Qatar 2022, which was won by Argentina, their first in 36 years on Sunday.

Although Nigeria’s Super Eagles didn’t make it to the World Cup, singer, Davido, gave the country international highlights as he performed at the closing ceremony of the Mundial.

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