Posted on Fri 24 Nov 2017, 06:52 AM

The Cable reports that Maryam Sanda, the lady accused of killing her husband is the daughter of Maimuna Aliyu, the woman whose nomination into the board of the ICPC.

Aliyu's nomination into the board of ICPC was dropped over an allegation that she abused her office as executive director of Aso Savings and Loans Limited.

She was charged to court on a three-count charge of abuse of office, misappropriation of public funds and criminal breach of trust.

As Aliyu was trying to recover from the embarrassing encounter, the issue of her daughter came to the fore.

Sanda was alleged to have killed Bilyamin Mohammed, her husband, over allegations of infidelity.

Mohammed was the son of Haliru Bello, a former national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Not much is known about the lady who is said to have got married to Mohammed in 2015.

According to The Cable, the police had said it was finding it difficult to remand Sanda because of her six-month-old baby.

But that did not stop the police from arraigning her on a two-count charge of culpable homicide – punishable by death.

 

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