POLICE ARRAIGN MAN FOR ALLEGED THEFT OF N205,000

Kindly Share This Story: Shina Abubakar  – Osogbo A 58-year-old man, Michael Alao, was on Tuesday arraigned at the Osogbo Magistrate Court for alleged theft of N205,000.

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