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Nigeria Traffic Cop
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Nigeria Traffic Cop

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One of the daily problems in Lagos, Nigeria, one of the largest cities in the world, is traffic. But locals fight out the daily commute with the help of one local traffic cop, as NPR's Ivan Watson reports.

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