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Ex-Jigawa Gov. Sule Lamido, sons begin trial over alleged N1.35bn fraud

By OakTV
25 November 2018   |   5:39 am
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has opened its case before a Federal High Court Abuja in the criminal trial of former Jigawa state governor, Sule Lamido, charged with N1.35bn fraud.

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