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Court reserves judgment in forfeiture of Ikoyi residence until Jan. 19

A Federal High Court in Lagos on Wednesday reserved judgment in suit seeking final forfeiture of a residence located at 7b Osborne road, Ikoyi, Lagos, until Jan. 19.

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