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Funke Akindele and husband plead guilty, gets 14 days community service, and a hundred thousand fine each

By TVC News Nigeria
06 April 2020   |   2:42 pm
Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele and husband have both been found guilty to contravening the social distancing directive at the Ogba Magistrate Court 1 for violating lockdown directives by the Federal Government.

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