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Police confirm arrest of more suspects for Super TV CEO’s murder

Commissioner of Police Lagos command Hakeem Odumosu revealed that more suspects have been apprehended as more clues are being unraveled into the murder of SuperTV CEO, Usifo Ataga.

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