44 People Were Arrested And Charged To Court In Anambra State, Check Out The Crime They Committed
By Naija_news | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 14213 views
In case you have not seen pictures of 44 people that were charged to court in Anambra State, then you will have to check it out below.
According to a recent report that was made by the Anambra State broadcasting service (ABS), they took to their Facebook page and revealed how 44 covid-19 defaulters were arrested and charged to court in Anambra State. More reports from Sahara reporters also made it known that these 44 covid-19 defaulters were arrested in nnewi, Anambra state, Nigeria.
In this article, I will be sharing pictures of how 44 covid-19 defaulters were arrested in Anambra State.
Check out pictures below:
From the pictures that was shared above, you will clearly see those 44 covid-19 defaulters being assembled to the court.
What do you people think about this?
Do you think that it is really good to charge these people to court simply because they didn't maintain covid-19 protocols?
Kindly drop your opinion below the comment section
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