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‘My Wife Added Rat Poison To My Food But I Still Love Her’- This Man Tells Court

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Nazira Ahmad, a housewife, on Wednesday asked the Sharia Court I at Magajin Gari, Kaduna to dissolve her marriage with one Sirajo Abdullahi over lack of care and trust.

The complainant told the court that her husband had accused her of adding rat poison to his food and had assaulted her severally.

Ahmad who complained of being neglected by her husband for three weeks after she had left her matrimonial home to her parent’s house, urged the court to dissolve their marriage.

“Abdullah had stopped taking care of me and my child, he no longer provides food and our health isn’t important to him.

“I want this honourable court to compel my husband to divorce me as he is no longer interested in me and I have no peace of mind anymore”, she added.

The defendant, however, disagreed with his wife’s claim of not taking care of her, saying that he always provide food and medical care and does not assault his wife.

He revealed that she had once added rat poison to his meal which he never took, adding that he had suspected her of having extramarital affairs.

“There was a day I woke up from sleep and couldn’t find my wife, I waited till 12:00 am before she returned, she lied to me that she had gone to meet her brother,” he said.

Abdullahi added that he still loves his wife and wouldn’t want to divorce her and prayed the court to give him more time to settle with his wife.

The judge, Malam Dahiru Lawal, after listening to both parties, gave the couple up to May 9, to settle their differences.

Source –  Naijaloaded

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End SARS: Masari Charges Judicial Panel To Fish Out Perpetrators Of Police Brutality

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#EndSARS: Masari Charge Judicial Panel To Fish Out Perpetrators Of SARS Brutality

Aminu Masari

Governor of Katsina State, Aminu Masari of Katsina State has urged the 11 men committee Judicial Panel to give recommendations going forward to end police brutality in the state.

He gave the charge during the inauguration at Government House Katsina on Saturday.

He also tasked them to come forward with general recommendations that will promote an endearing relationship between the Nigerian Police Force and the general public.

Read Also: #EndSARS: TVC Back On Air — Four Days After Mob Attack

The panel of inquiry will be headed by Justice Abbas Abdullahi Bawale of the Katsina State High Court of Justice.

Other members of the Commission include Retired AIG Danlami Yar’adua, Alhaji Mustapha Ibrahim Zango, Alhaji Bello Musa Dankano, Professor Usman Dhun-nurain, Hajiya Rabi Mohammed, and Ibrahim Ahmad Katsina.

 

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#EndSARS: TVC Back On Air — Four Days After Mob Attack

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#EndSARS: TVC Back On Air — Four Days After Mob Attack
#EndSARS: TVC Back On Air — Four Days After Mob Attack

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Television Continental popularly known as TVC News is back on air after it was attacked by suspected hoodlums on Wednesday morning.

Recall that the host of popular ladies show ‘Your View’, Morayo Afolabi-Brown, had confirmed during the show on Wednesday that hoodlums had entered the premises of TVC.

The hoodlums had attacked the TV station a few hours after #EndSARS protesters were killed at the Lekki Toll Gate by soldiers on Tuesday night.

Also Read: End SARS Protest: Abia Govt Relaxes Curfew

There were speculations that the TV station was attacked because of its link to the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu.

Workers of the TV station were rescued by Men of the Police Rapid Response Squad who were in the compound to offer protection.

 

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End SARS Protest: Abia Govt Relaxes Curfew

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#EndSARS Protest: Abia Govt Relaxes Curfew

Okezie Ikpeazu

Governor of Abia State, Okezie Ikpeazu has lifted the 24-hour curfew on two major cities in the state following the outbreak of violence when the #EndSARS protest was hijacked by hoodlums.

Recall that on Tuesday night,  Aba and Umuahia went under curfew in a statement by the Governor.

However, following the return of calm to the affected areas, Ikpeazu directed that the curfew in the State be relaxed to now take effect from 6 pm to 6 am from Sunday, 25th October 2020.

Also Read: Edo govt extends ultimatum for escaped inmates by one week

This was made known by the State Commissioner for Information, John Okiyi Kalu.

The Governor also directed all markets in the State to be reopened during the day, while Market committees should mobilize adequate security teams to watch over the markets at night and during the day.

Governor Ikpeazu further directed all commercial tricycle operators to henceforth vacate the roads during the curfew time of 6 pm-6 am daily.

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