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2010 Independence Day Bombing

Independence Day bombing: Ex-President Jonathan wanted me to implicate Babangida, El-Rufai, Dokpesi – Charles...

“The plot to implicate me by the government was as a result of my refusal to do the bidding of former President Jonathan to implicate Mr. Nasir El-Rufai and General Babangida,” he said.

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