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Police rescue 35 year old man imprisoned by parents for 15 years

By TVC News Nigeria
17 August 2020   |   1:00 pm
Kano State Police Command has again rescued another man of 35 years imprisoned by the parent for 15 years in Sheka Unguwar Fulani of Kumbotso Local Government Area of the state.

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