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Police arraign 38 Shi’ite members in magistrate court over National Assembly attack

By OakTV
19 July 2019   |   1:11 pm
The FCT Police Command has arraigned 38 members of the El-Zakzaky Islamic Movement of Nigeria in various courts situated in Abuja.

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