180 inmates escape in shocking jailbreak in Nigeria

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Nigerian officials said on Monday that at least 180 inmates escaped on Sunday following a jailbreak in the north central city of Minna in Niger state. At least two persons were killed, including a prison officer.

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Jibrin Baba Ndace, the Chief Press Secretary to the Niger state governor, said in a fresh statement that 30 of the inmates have been recaptured, leaving at least 150 criminals still at large.

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