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Kwara govt relaxes sanction on earring monarchs

The Kwara State Government has relaxed the sanctions imposed on the traditional rulers of Iloffa and Odo-Owa following the outbreak of violent crises between the two communities in Irepodun Local Government Areas of the state.

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