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Badeh’s wife, children removed from watch-list



Slain former Chief of Defence Staff Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh’s wife and three children have been delisted from security agencies watch-list.

The removal of the names from the watch-list on compassionate ground will allow members of the immediate family to attend the burial of their patriarch.

Those on the watch-list are Mary Iya Badeh (wife); Alex Sabundu Badeh (Jr); Kamtafwa Badeh; and Asuamana Badeh.

The ex-CDS was shot dead on December 18 by some assailants along Keffi-Abuja Highway while returning from his farm.

….Most members of the immediate family fled abroad during the investigation and trial of Badeh.

The Nation, January 9, 2019

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