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Court orders police to speed up investigation on Sen. Abbo’s alleged assault on nursing mother

A magistrate court sitting in zuba, has directed the Nigerian Police force to bring their evidence against Senator Elisha Abbo who was arraigned on a one-count charge bordering on criminal force and assault.

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