Residents given the opportunity to visit houses after Salawa Army Camp explosions

Wednesday, 08 June 2016 - 8:40

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Security forces have decided to give a chance for residents living within a radius of 500m of the Salawa Army Camp to visit their houses today.

A selected group will be given the opportunity to visit their houses with the approval and consent of the security forces.

People are still advised not to enter the area.



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