More Trouble for Jaruma As Court Revokes Bail

The travails of popular sexprenuer , Hauwa Saidu Mohammed AKA Jaruma
are yet to be over, as an Upper Area Court has ordered her rearrest
even as Civil Society groups have already called for her prompt
prosecution.

In the  celebrated case between Jaruma and Prince Ned Nwoko, the court
sitting in Zuba demanded her rearrest for jumping bail and also
flauting the orders of the court.and failure to appear in court.

While delivering his ruling he said, “ he has waited enough in
fairness to justice and nobody should make mockery of this court so
the court eventually granted the prayer of Prosecutor citing section
131 criminal justice, I hereby ruled that “a bench warrant issue
against the accused (Jaruma) and her surety be summoned to show cause
while their bond should not be forfeited”

He cited section 131 criminal code

This is even as , a Civil Society Organization Rebirth Nigeria Action
Congress (RNAC),also joined in the call for the prosecution of Jaruma.
The group which staged a protest at the further hearing of the matter

In a press text read by Comrade Johnson kolawole on behalf of the
group, condemned the organization and called on the judge to promptly
deliver justice.

According to the group it intends to “use this case against Jaruma as
a significant standpoint in our historic fight against this cankerworm
called fake news being that she has plied this trade successfully for
a long period without getting the wrath of the law until recently when
Prince Ned Nwoko, himself a victim and advocate against fake news,
decided to put a stop to it.”

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He further stated that “Our gathering here is not only a statement to
the above but also in solidarity of the Nwokos who have suffered
greatly the pains of fake news as being peddled by Jaruma and her
co-travelers in a bid to tarnish the image of a well meaning Nigerian
and his family.”

Meanwhile the group has encouraged the judiciary to deliver justice in
order to serve as deterrent to others who may want to engage in fake
news peddling.

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