At night, when they hear rumours of an attack by machete-wielding
gangs, the people of Dadin Kowa pull their chairs onto the street and
wait until dawn, watching the shadows for intruders.
armed only with mobile phones and lists of emergency numbers. But their
nightly vigil has saved their small neighbourhood from the escalating
cycle of violence that has killed hundreds of people in this city over
the past four months.
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