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Public Pressure Mounts on African Governments to do Something About Students Trapped in Wuhan

The plight of Kenya’s students trapped in Wuhan, China is now a regular topic of discussion on primetime TV news programs adding new public pressure on the government to act. Similarly, hashtags like #NigeriansTrappedInWuhan are gaining popularity as students in Wuhan post increasingly emotional appeals for help.

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