Alleged N1.5bn Fraud: Joshua Dariye son’s trial suffers setback, adjourned till December 17
29 November 2018 | 1:54 pm
The criminal trial of Nanle Miracle Dariye, son of former Plateau state governor, Joshua Dariye has once again been adjourned due to prosecution’s failure to serve the defence with its final written address within the stipulated time.
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