Police tender vehicles allegedly damaged by Dino Melaye as evidence in court
08 April 2019 | 9:55 am
The Nigerian police on Friday tendered a vehicle allegedly damaged by Senator Dino Melaye before a Federal Capital Territory High Court in Apo.
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