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Police unravel death of Vanguard journalist

By Guardian Exclusive
13 November 2021   |   8:10 am
Nigerian journalist, Tordue Henry Salem, was last seen alive on 13 October 2021. Days later, he was declared missing. Almost a month after he was declared missing, police authorities in Abuja, on Friday, paraded 29-year-old Itoro Clement, who confessed to knocking down the missing reporter.⁣ ⁣

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