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Edward Onoja

6 Dec 2018
Chief of staff to the executive governor of Kogi state, Edward Onoja has told the Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Maitama that Senator Dino Melaye gave false information to the Nigerian Police regarding an assassination attempt, so as to implicate him (Onoja) in criminal activities.
9 Nov 2018
The federal government on Tuesday presented the chief of staff to the governor of Kogi state, Mr Edward Onoja as a witness in the ongoing trial of Senator Dino Melaye. The Senator representing Kogi west senatorial district was arraigned on a 2 count by the Federal Government on March 1 for allegedly giving false information against Mr Edward David Onoja.

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