19 December 2012

Nigeria: Okonjo Iweala's Mum - Army Releases 63 Suspects

Benin — The Public Relations Officer of 4 Brigade, Captain Rose Managbe, who confirmed their release, said the Dien of Agbor sent three chiefs to sign surety for their release.

Captain Managbe also debunked allegations that the detainees had to pay for their food while in detention, just as she denied that some of them paid N70, 000 each to secure their release.

Leader of the delegation, Chief Gideon Okobia, also confirmed to newsmen that the monarch of Agbor sent them to secure the release of the detainees.

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