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Ex-NIA DG, Oke, others to face prosecution soon – Buhari

By OakTV
21 December 2017   |   5:53 am
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday in Abuja said all those found culpable in the Osborne Towers scandal will be made to account and will be appropriately sanctioned.

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