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Dokpesi in court as APDA crisis over party leadership worsens

By OakTV
29 August 2017   |   12:29 pm
The hearing of the interlocutory motion filed before an Abuja High Court to determine the authentic National Chairman and National Secretary of the newly registered Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance has been stalled due to two counsels’ claim to the legal representation of the party.

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