Civil servant jailed for ‘insulting’ Governor Dankwambo of Gombe state and his mother
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Civil servant jailed for ‘insulting’ Governor Dankwambo of Gombe state and his mother


A civil servant in the Gombe state, Abubakar Adamu, has been remanded

in prison for allegedly insulting the state governor Ibrahim Hassan

Dankwambo and his mother.



The 35-year-old named Abubakar Adamu, who works with the state

Ministry of Higher Education, was sued by one Inuwa Dattijo aka DJ

Maitaya of the State Agency for Social Services, who alleged that the

accused sent him an audio clip containing insults on the governor and

his mother.



According to Daily Trust, the police First Information Report (FIR),

read to the accused person in court, said Adamu had on September 9

forwarded the abuse-laden audio clip to the phone of DJ Maitaya,

claiming to have received it from an unknown person.



However, the police prosecutor, Inspector Habibu Danjuma, told the

court that when the accused was asked to name the purported sender of

the message, he failed to give a satisfactory account of the said

information.



The accused was charged with one-count charge of fabricating false

evidence, an offense that contravened Section 156 of the Penal Code

Law, Inspector Danjuma said. He pleaded not guilty. In view of his

plea, presiding judge, Chief Magistrate Japhet Maida, ordered the

accused to be remanded in prison custody.



The case has been adjourned to September 26th.

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