Melaye surrenders after seven -day police siege to Abuja home | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

The lawmaker, who was later taken in custody by personnel from the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in Abuja, surrendered about 2.30pm in the presence of Senators Ben Bruce, Attai Aidoko and coterie of his lawyers.

~ The Guardian

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