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Nigerian Officials Worry Over Hurricane Sandy Ripple Effect
Officials in Nigeria worry that ripple effects from Hurricane Sandy could send a strong coastal surge into the country’s coast, threatening residents of its largest, most populous city, Lagos.
"Normally, when such happens and the magnitude of it hits that part of the world, we always have a ripple effect in Lagos and around the West Coast of Africa,” Prince Segun Oniru, Lagos State commissioner, told Nigerian newspaper Leadership. (Photo: REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye)