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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Maryam Sanda, Who Professedly Killed Her Husband Conceded Bail


A FCT High Court has granted bail to Maryam Sanda, who supposedly slaughtered her husband, Bilyamin Bello.

An FCT High Court has conceded bail to Maryam Sanda, who purportedly murdered her husband, Bilyamin Bello. Mr. Bello was was a son to the former chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, Haliru Bello. Ms Sanda was granted bail by the judge, Yusuf Halilu, in view of restorative reports which demonstrate she is pregnant and sick.

She has been confronting trial on claims of crime for the asserted executing of her better half and had been denied bail no less than two events. 

Maryam Sanda allegedly stabbed her husband, Bilyamin Bello, a son of a former chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Haliru Bello,

“ on the chest and other parts of the body with a knife and other dangerous weapons which eventually led to his death.”

Prosecutors say she cut him at their residence at 4, Pakali Close, Wuse Zone 2, Abuja, on November 19, 2017,“with the knowledge that his death would be the probable and not only the likely consequence of your act.”

Maryam is blamed in the principal mean conferring guilty murder deserving of death under segment 221 of the Penal Code Act. 

Her relatives' offense was said to be culpable under segment 167 of the Penal Code Act. 

Maryam was before summoned on November 24 on two checks of guilty manslaughter and causing the perished heinous hurt, beforehand favored against just her. 

Be that as it may, the indicting counsel, Mr. James Idachaba, told the court on December 7 that the charges had been changed to have the three others joined as co-respondents. 

After they all argued not blameworthy to the corrected two checks, on Thursday, their legal counselor, Mr. Joseph Daudu (SAN), contended their safeguard applications. 

However, the safeguard applications were contradicted by the arraignment. 

Governing on the applications on Thursday, the judge, Justice Yusuf Halilu, held that he was “not favourably disposed to”  giving bail to Maryam in spite of her status as a mother nursing an eight-month-old infant. 

The judge, in any case, held that the offenses the three others were blamed for were bailable and conceded them bail. 

She in this manner requested them to present their travel permits and present two sureties who must be occupant in the downtown area of Abuja as sureties.

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