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Insecurity: Obasanjo, Sultan of Sokoto, Onaiyekan, Abdulsalam in closed door meeting

By TVC News Nigeria
11 June 2021   |   3:17 pm
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo is in a closed door meeting with the Sultan of Sokoto, his Eminence Mohammed Sa'ad Abubakar, Cardinal John Onaeiyakan, and Former military head of state Abdulsalam Abubakar.

 

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