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Alleged Fraud: After three years, court frees ex-OAU acting VC

Premium Times Nigeria Friday, 26 June 2020 ()
Mr Elujoba and Ms Akeredolu were arraigned in July 2017 by the EFCC for alleged fraud, conversion of public funds, conspiracy and abuse of office.

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