Nigerian Children Worry About Poor Education, Violence, Terrorism
In commemoration of this year's World Children's Day, UNICEF carried out the survey - involving more than 11,000 nine to 18-year-old children - in 14 countries. In Nigeria, the online survey carried out among 500 children revealed that eight in 10 admitted worrying about poor education affecting children across the world, and seven in 10 worry about being personally affected by poverty.
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