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Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Publication Date:  01 December 2011 Over 200,000 people living in around 40 informal settlements on the waterfront in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, are at risk of losing their homes and livelihoods as part of the state authorities' urban renewal programme for the city.  Over 200,000 people living in around 40 informal settlements on the waterfront in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, are at risk of losing their homes and livelihoods as part of the state authorities' urban renewal programme for the city. Up to 17,000 people have already been forcibly evicted, when the informal settlement of Njemanze…

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