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Yola Inmate Threatens To Kill Self Over Alleged ‘’Delay of Justice’’ By Police

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There was a mild drama at the Upper Area Court I, Yola in Adamawa state when an inmate of  Jimeta Correctional Centre, identified as Auwal of Dogoruwa Village, Balanga Local Government Area in Gombe state has broken down into tears over what he described as delay of justice.

The inmate  who was brought to court for prosecution cried profusely, a situation that attracted  sympathizers including lawyers  who offered to plead with the court to convict him for his offence since he pleaded guilty.

It all started when the accused whose case came up for hearing on Wednesday’s  sitting was told that the Police Officer prosecuting the case was not in court, as he was said to be attending a workshop at the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola.

Absence of the prosecutor spurred the court, presided by Magistrate Mohammed Buba, to adjourn the matter to 2nd April, 2020 for continuation of hearing.

But upon hearing that the court has adjourned the case to 2nd April, 2020, the awaiting trial inmate broke down into tears, and went out of court hall court crying aloud, attracting the attention of staff, lawyers  and passersby.


Auwal had while crying at the court, said he had been arrested at Sokoto street in Yola town for stealing 10 measures of rice, and that when he was taking to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the State Police Command, the police recovered the stolen rice.

‘’ It’s unfortunate that I was later arraigned before the court, and the court ordered that I should be remanded in prison custody to enable the prosecutor to bring witnesses.

There was a mild drama at the Upper Area Court I, Yola in Adamawa state when an inmate of  Jimeta Correctional Centre, identified as Auwal of Dogoruwa Village, Balanga Local Government Area in Gombe state has broken down into tears over what he described as a delay of justice.

The inmate who was brought to court for prosecution cried profusely, a situation that attracted sympathizers including lawyers who offered to plead with the court to convict him for his offence since he pleaded guilty.

It all started when the accused whose case came up for hearing on Wednesday’s sitting was told that the Police Officer prosecuting the case was not in court, as he was said to be attending a workshop at the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola.

Absence of the prosecutor spurred the court, presided by Magistrate Mohammed Buba, to adjourn the matter to 2nd April 2020 for the continuation of hearing.

But upon hearing that the court has adjourned the case to 2nd April 2020, the awaiting trial inmate broke down into tears, and went out of court hall court crying aloud, attracting the attention of staff, lawyers and passersby.

There was a mild drama at the Upper Area Court I, Yola in Adamawa state when an inmate of  Jimeta Correctional Centre, identified as Auwal of Dogoruwa Village, Balanga Local Government Area in Gombe state has broken down into tears over what he described as a delay of justice.

The inmate who was brought to court for prosecution cried profusely, a situation that attracted sympathizers including lawyers who offered to plead with the court to convict him for his offense since he pleaded guilty.

It all started when the accused whose case came up for hearing on Wednesday’s sitting was told that the Police Officer prosecuting the case was not in court, as he was said to be attending a workshop at the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola.

Absence of the prosecutor spurred the court, presided by Magistrate Mohammed Buba, to adjourn the matter to 2nd April 2020 for the continuation of hearing.



But upon hearing that the court has adjourned the case to 2nd April 2020, the awaiting trial inmate broke down into tears, and went out of court hall court crying aloud, attracting the attention of staff, lawyers and passersby.

‘’Since then, I had been into prison custody for over 200 days, and that anytime I  appeared in court the matter will be adjourned for another day causing me a lot of frustration and pains.

There was a mild drama at the Upper Area Court I, Yola in Adamawa state when an inmate of  Jimeta Correctional Centre, identified as Auwal of Dogoruwa Village, Balanga Local Government Area in Gombe state has broken down into tears over what he described as a delay of justice.

The inmate who was brought to court for prosecution cried profusely, a situation that attracted sympathizers including lawyers who offered to plead with the court to convict him for his offence since he pleaded guilty.

It all started when the accused whose case came up for hearing on Wednesday’s sitting was told that the Police Officer prosecuting the case was not in court, as he was said to be attending a workshop at the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola.

Absence of the prosecutor spurred the court, presided by Magistrate Mohammed Buba, to adjourn the matter to 2nd April 2020 for the continuation of hearing.

But upon hearing that the court has adjourned the case to 2nd April 2020, the awaiting trial inmate broke down into tears and went out of court hall court crying aloud, attracting the attention of staff, lawyers and passersby.

Auwal had while crying at the court, said he had been arrested at Sokoto street in Yola South for stealing 10 measures of rice, and that when he was taking to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the State Police Command, the police recovered the stolen rice.

‘’ It’s unfortunate that I was later arraigned before the court, and the court ordered that I should be remanded in prison custody to enable the prosecutor to bring witnesses.

‘’Since then, I had  been into prison custody for over 200 days, and that anytime I  appeared in court the matter will be adjourned for another day causing me  a lot frustration and pains.

‘’They  just want me  to die in prison, and  that as from today, I will not put anything into my  mouth even if it is water so as to die and rest,’’ he vowed.

The correctional officer  who brought him to court and several other sympathizers tried to calm him, but to no avail and left with no option than to take him back to the correctional centre..

‘’They just want me to die in prison, and that as from today, I will not put anything into my mouth even if it is water to die and rest,’’ he vowed.

The correctional officer who brought him to court and several other sympathizers tried to calm him, but to no avail and left with no option than to take him back to the correctional center.

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  1. Abk

    March 19, 2020 at 8:26 am

    There are repetition in the story which is little bit confused

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Fraud : Pastor deceived me to sell my only house, Jilted Evangelist tells Yola court

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A  deceived female evangelist who was allegedly jilted by her fiancee and pastor of Fire House Revival Ministry, Kwanye Tumba has told a criminal area court II sitting in Yola, the Adamawa State capital, that her ex-fiancee, Pastor Marwa Tumba deceived her with marriage proposal, squandered her money and later ended up frustrating her life.

The distraught looking evangelist, had 2 weeks ago sued the Pastor and said she first met with Pastor Marwa at a programme in Yolde Pate, Yola South Local Government Area, and that after event, the Pastor told her that God has blessed her with a husband and that he is the husband.

At the resumed sitting of the court, she told the court that the pastor lured her and made her to sell her house and kept on collecting the money, squandered it and thereafter abandoned her.

She said all through the period of their relationship, the pastor kept assuring her that he will marry her as a result of which she was very open to him and gave him access to everything, noting that it was heart rending to know that the man’s intent was to defraud her.

As evidence,  she  tendered a bank teller, list of items for their proposed marriage and evidence of how and where their relationship started after a prayer meeting at Yolde-Pate.

She  further told the court that despite the frustration ,she is worried that her ex-fiancee has consistently said she was fighting him, and that if she is not careful she will die.

She then prayed the court to recover all her money and her house which he made her to dispose on the premise that he will marry her.

The 33-year-old complainant had informed the court that the man had asked her to saw a seed, and that she immediately gave him N1,000 as the seed he demanded, saying that from there, he went to her house and started their relationship proper.

She stated that he asked her to start attending Freedom Power Chapel Yola, the church he was worshipping before opening his Fire House Revival Ministry.

Evangelist Kwanye added that the man asked her to sale her house which she built threatening to abandon her if she refused to hearken to his demands.

She noted that because of her desperation to get a spouse, she agreed and sold the house at the sum of N500,000 and that she paid N50,000 tithe directly into his bank account as he requested.

She said that she kept supporting the church with her money until all the money got exhausted saying that he later abandoned her after wreaking her life.

She told the court as a result of the financial predicaments facing her she is now hawking vegetables so as to eke out a living.

At the court, the accused pastor appeared along side 3 lawyers led by E.O Udo and a cross section of his church members, while the complainant came with no legal representation.

The presiding judge, Honourable Nuhu Garta, after hearing the submission of the complainant adjourned the case to February 10th, 2021 for ruling.

 

 

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I almost lost my job as FCT minister over Baze university- Gov. Mohammed

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Gov. Bala Mohammed of Bauchi state has revealed that he almost lost his job as FCT minister, under President Goodluck Jonathan, for allocating a piece of land to Yusuf Ahmed, the founder of Baze University, in Abuja.

Mohammed disclosed this, on Thursday,  when the founder and members of the university management paid him a courtesy visit, in Bauchi.

The governor, who said that there was nothing he would not do to free resources for the improvement of society, adding that he was only freeing land from speculators and those that would only use it for other unpleasant purposes.

“You all know my relationship with the Baze very well, the struggle we had. One lady even wanted to snatch your land. I almost lost my job because of Baze university, you didn’t know that portion of the story, but I’m saying it today.

“There is nothing I cannot do to free resources for the betterment of society and that is what I did for you. I believe it was the best thing to do.

“I did it because I was freeing the land from speculators and those that would use it for other obnoxious uses. I congratulate you and I’m proud to be associated with you in this very noble endeavour,” Mohammed said.

The governor, who noted that the university was known worldwide, said that he felt elated seeing the university advertisement on Cable News Network (CNN).

Mohammed promised the university proprietor, who had come to offer the state a 75 per cent subsidy on scholarship for students, that the state government would subscribe to the offer.

He added that the best graduating secondary school students, who were indigent, would be selected through a transparent process and be placed in the university.

The governor mandated the state Commissioner for Education, Mr Aliyu Tilde, to effectively work towards that with utmost sincerity.

Speaking earlier, Mr Yusuf Ahmed, the founder and Pro-Chancellor of the university, said that the institution became what it is today by the grace of God and the support of leaders like Gov. Bala Mohammed. (NAN)

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Hunters Group in Ganye Intercept Local pistol, ammunitions

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This motorcycle and a locally made pistol with this life ammunitions where intercepted by a team of hunters who were placed on patrol by the DPO Ganye DSP Mohammed Yahya Nuhu at Gangtum Area.

Gangtum is in Ganye local government area of Adamawa state.

The Suspect when sighted the hunters abundant the bike and the arms as he ran into the bush.

When contacted, Ganye local government  information officer Mr Kabiru Njidda had confirmed the interception of the arms  .

Residents of Ganye and its environs are sleeping with two eyes opened due to insecurity plaguing the area.

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