What to know about Awe, Emir Sanusi’s new community in Nasarawa State
By Guardian Exclusive
12 March 2020 | 7:52 am
Few hours after arriving and settling at his new home, GuardianTV takes a look at what to know about Awe, Emir Sanusi's new community in Nasarawa State.
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