Over 800 inmates escape following gunmen attack in SW Nigeria: official

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More than 800 inmates escaped after unidentified gunmen attacked a custodial center in southwest #Nigeria’s Oyo state, the country’s correctional service confirmed on Saturday. Among the escapees, 262 have been recaptured as of Saturday, leaving 575 others still at large.

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