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18 Oct
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15 Oct
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9 Mar
Governor Obaseki meets Oshiomhole, denies feud
25 Jan
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24 Jan
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22 Jan
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9 Jan
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6 Jan
Court admits Governor Obaseki's certificates as evidence
22 Aug 2020
Group calls on ICPC to investigate Obaseki for alleged secret dealings
28 Jul 2020
Three commissioners serving in the Edo State oil and gas commission in Governor Obaseki's cabinet has resigned.
3 Jul 2020
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29 Jun 2020
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