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Lawmaker exposes why police transferred National Assembly DPO

By OakTV
09 July 2018   |   4:06 pm
Two months after the Divisional Police Officer of the National Assembly was transferred from Federal Capital Territory Police Command to Adamawa command, a member of the House of Representatives has called on the House to be careful when dealing with issues that relate to police.

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