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Many Nigerians are using the hashtag #RIPWura on social media to mourn a woman who was found dead in a canal on Sunday in Lagos after she is thought to have fallen down an uncovered manhole.
Adewura Bello, a 26-year-old accounting graduate, went missing in Lagos 11 days before she was found in the canal.
Uncovered manholes are a common sight in Lagos, where it is believed thieves steal the covers.
Social media users are using Ms Bello's death to call out the government for failing to recover them.
A relative of Ms Bello told BBC Pidgin that the family was still trying to retrieve her body so they could not fix a date for her burial.
The police have said an autopsy must be conducted to confirm the identity and circumstances of death.
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