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BREAKING: TIMOTHY ADEGOKE murder case comes for hearing in Osogbo, Oriyomi begs Falana (WATCH VIDEO FOR MORE DETAILS)

THE murder case of the MBA-EXECUTIVE student of Obafemi Awolowo University  (OAU) allegedly murdered at the Hilton Hotel and Honors owned by Dr.  Rahman Adedoyin will come up for hearing next week Thursday,  March 3, 2022 by 9.00am at the Osun State High Court 1, Osogbo.

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The Osun State Chief Justice will preside over the case according to the information  released by Oriyomi Hamzat on his official Facebook Page,  OriyomiHamzat.com on Friday,  February 25, 2022 monitored by SOJ WORLDWIDE  ONLINE NEWS (http://www.sojworldnews.com)

Oriyomi pleaded with Mr Femi Falana (SAN)  to monitor the criminal  Charge Sheet so that a fake charge would not be replaced with the original one.

Timothy’s brother,  Gbade Adegoke petition at the National Assembly  have been attended to,.   A letter was addressed to him to report to face the Committee at their Abuja office on March 2, 2022.

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WATCH FULL VIDEO COURTESY ORIYOMI HAMZAT:

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