Benue killings: ECOWAS Court set to deliver judgment in N1trillion suit against FG
08 November 2018 | 10:04 am
The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice has said it will deliver judgment in the suit by indigenes of Benue State seeking N1trillion compensation over killings in the state in December 2018.
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