AKAPSON'S MURDER : ALLEGED KILLER COP DOCKED, SECURES N50M BAIL

By Ikechukwu NnochiriABUJA – An alleged trigger-happy Deputy Suprintendent of Police, DSP, Mr Inagozie Godwin, who allegedly shot and killed Miss Anita Akapson, a niece

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