Monkeys stole N70 million in senators’ farm house – Shehu Sani
22 February 2018 | 11:20 am
Some monkeys have reportedly swallowed about N70 million belonging to the Northern Senators Caucus few days after a snake was said to have swallowed N36 million in Benue JAMB office.
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