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Nigerian police have arrested suspended Senator Ovie Omo-Agege after he allegedly led a group of protesters to steal the Senate’s mace. Several intruders rushed into the upper chamber of the country’s parliament, grabbed the ceremonial staff during a session and fled with it.

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