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ICPC finally brings witnesses to court against Maryam Sanda’s mother

The Independent Corrupt Practices and other offences Commission (ICPC), on Friday brought all her witnesses to testify against former Aso Savings boss, Maimuna Aliyu before an FCT high court in Jabi.

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