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Bayelsa deputy governor denies allegations of certificate forgery

By TVC News Nigeria
25 February 2020   |   3:18 pm
The deputy governor of Bayelsa State, Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo has denied allegations that he forged his National Youth Service Scheme exemption certificate submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission.

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