Nigerian Court Admits Ndume's Call Logs as Evidence

An Abuja high court has admitted into evidence call logs and text messages allegedly exchanged between Senator Ali Ndume and Boko Haram suspect Ali Sanda Umar Konduga.

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Nigerian Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume.

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