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Man gets six strokes of cane for criminal intimidation

A Karmo Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja, on Thursday ordered that one Safiyanu Abdullahi was given six strokes of the cane for criminal intimidation.

Man gets 6 strokes of cane for criminal intimidation

A Karmo Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja, on Thursday ordered that one Safiyanu Abdullahi be given six strokes of the cane for criminal intimidation.

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