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Labaran Maku’s phone stolen inside Appeal Court

By Shafiu Suleiman Former Minister of Information, Labaran Maku, lost his cellphone inside the Court of Appeal in Abuja on Wednesday. The ex-Minister was among…

By Shafiu Suleiman

Former Minister of Information, Labaran Maku, lost his cellphone inside the Court of Appeal in Abuja on Wednesday.

The ex-Minister was among the politicians from Nasarawa state who stormed the court in solidarity with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governorship Candidate, David Ombugada.

After fruitless attempts to recover the phone, Maku became so worried but he tried to maintain calmness.

Some of his supporters and aides searched for the missing phone without any luck.

Other persons rang the line severally in a bid to trace the phone but it was not found before Maku left the court.

Some persons suggested that he should track the device.

The Nasarawa governorship election tribunal had nullified the election of Governor Abdullahi Sule, ruling in favour of Ombugadu.

But Sule, who ran under the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), challenged the tribunal’s verdict.

A three-member panel of justices headed by Justice U. Onyemenam, reserved judgment, on Wednesday, and told parties involved that the date for judgment would be communicated.

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