‘It’s an easy way to make money’ | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

Oliver Enwerenem, a former member in the Imo House of Assembly said unless the country’s problems are addressed, it would continue to witness youths drifting to such areas to engage themselves, economically, attributing the participation of those already employed to the quest for more money and wanting to belong.

~ The Guardian

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