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Jolly Nyame

19 Nov 2018
The Court of Appeal in Abuja has reduced the jail term of the former governor of Taraba State, Reverend Jolly Nyame from 14 years to 12 years.
31 May 2018
11 years after arraignment an FCT high court in Gudu has sentenced former Taraba state governor Rev. Jolly Nyame to 14 years imprisonment.

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