Police quiz PDP factional leaders over alleged arson

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Success Nwogu, Ilorin No fewer than 10 leaders and members of the Peoples Democratic Party loyal to the factional chairman of the party in the state, Mr. Sunday Fagbemi, have been quizzed by the Police over arson allegation. Our correspondent gathered on Wednesday that Kwara State Police Command had invited some members of the faction, including Fagbemi, […]

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