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BREAKING: Court grants Senator Abbo N5 million bail

He was arraigned on Monday by the Federal Capital Territory police at Zuba Magistrate Court, Abuja after a video of him assaulting the woman went viral.

The Presiding Magistrate, Senior Magistrate Abdullahi Ilellah, said the sureties must have verifiable addresses within the FCT.Senator Abbo, who was arraigned on Monday on a one-count of assault, pleaded not guilty, Nigeria Tribune reports.


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