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Tombra, Juliet win medals at Police Games in Awka

By TVC News Nigeria
05 March 2020   |   3:10 pm
Members of the Nigeria police force are not only showing that they are competent in maintaining law and order but can also excel in sports.More than 3,000 police office are currently in Awka, Anambra where they are competing for honours in the 12th Nigeria police games.

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