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Ondo Election: APC, Akeredolu oppose Abraham’s first witness in court

By OakTV
14 December 2018   |   3:00 pm
Ondo state governor, Rotimi Akeredolu and his party, All Progressive Congress (APC) have objected to a prosecution witness, Mr Adedipe Adegboyaga, who was brought to testify in a case filed by Olusegun Abraham, challenging the emergence of Akeredolu as the governor of the state.

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