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TRAGEDY: Chartered accountant, five family members wiped out after night meal – Pegars News

TRAGEDY: Chartered accountant, five family members wiped out after night meal – Pegars News

Aminu Muhammadu, the last 12 months scholar of the Federal University, Dutse, Jigawa State, has been invited to the Presidential Villa, the place he is scheduled to meet with President Muhammadu Buhari earlier than reuniting with his family.

Aminu, who had attracted nationwide and worldwide consideration following his arrest, detention and remand in jail custody at  Suleja correctional facility in Niger State, for trolling Wife of the President, Aisha Buhari on Twitter, was stated to be ready to meet with the President.

Leadership Newapaper, quotes Kabiru Shehu, his guardian, who confirmed the growth, as saying that Aminu was presently in Aso Villa in Abuja and ready to see President Buhari.

“Aminu has been released. He is currently in Aso Villa and waiting to see President Muhammadu Buhari. We are happy about this development and we are happy. We can’t wait to reunite with him,” he was quoted as saying.

The growth is coming hours after the scholar, was freed following the withdrawal of the prices in opposition to him by Fidelis Ogbobe, lawyer to the First Lady, on compassionate floor, “being the mother of the nation,” and based mostly on the intervention of “well-meaning Nigerians.”

Justice Yusuf Halilu of the FCT, who had recommended Buhari for the gesture after Ogbobe, moved the movement for the withdrawal of the case, Ogbobe citing part 108 subsection 2(a) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, whereas issuing the launch warrant, known as on mother and father to always monitor their kids to keep away from recurrence

Aminu was arrested at Federal University Dutse on November 18, 2022, after Buhari instructed a group of police detectives to observe him down, a growth, which precipitated rather a lot of outrage throughout the nation and past, with some critics describing it as heartless and abuse of energy.

The PUNCH, reported how guests have been barred from visiting the scholar and how tight safety was maintained at the premises of the jail with a  “No Visitation,” signal pasted at the entrance to push back guests, quoting a safety operative who did not want to be named as stating that there was an order from the Presidency barring all kinds of visitation following his arrival at the facility.

“We can’t let you into the facility. No one is allowed to see Aminu. In fact, since he was brought in on Tuesday, no one has been allowed to visit inmates within the facility. You can read the note on the wall, no visitation is allowed, and I don’t want to lose my job,” the official was quoted as saying.

The officer, who famous that Aminu has lacked meals since he arrived at the facility on Tuesday, was stated to have added that he solely had N2000 on him which had been spent, and might not afford to get meals since no one has been allowed to go to or name him, including: “I feel for the boy, he arrived here with just N2000, and it is finished. He complained of hunger today, but there was nothing we could do since no one has been allowed to visit or call him. He only ate bread this morning.”

Amnesty International Nigeria had additionally condemned the arrest and alleged torture of Aminu Muhammed, including that the 500-degree undergraduate of the Federal University, Dutse, Jigawa should be launched and the prices in opposition to him, which it described as bogus, be dropped.

Following reviews that he has allegedly been subjected to torture and different in poor health-remedy, together with extreme beatings, since being detained, AI stated: “The Nigerian authorities must urgently release Aminu Muhammed and drop all charges against him. He is a student accused of defaming Aisha Buhari, the First Lady of Nigeria, on Twitter.”

According to a police report, Aminu was arrested at the Federal University Dutse on November 18, 2022, after Aisha Buhari instructed a group of police detectives to observe him down and held in an unknown location and denied entry to his family and lawyer, in clear violation of worldwide human rights regulation.

Director of Amnesty International, Nigeria, Osai Ojigho stated: “It is past disgraceful that the Nigerian authorities have arrested and allegedly tortured Aminu Adamu Muhammed after he merely Tweeted about the First Lady of Nigeria. This deeply repressive act overtly violates his human rights.

“The bogus charges against Aminu must be urgently and unconditionally dropped. The authorities should instead order an investigation into his unlawful detention and abusive treatment. The fact that he was detained incommunicado highlights the rampant impunity enjoyed by the Nigerian authorities. Aminu’s final exams are scheduled for December 5, 2022, at the Federal University Dutse. He must be urgently freed and be able to finish his degree.”

Against the backdrop of the cost of Cybercrime, Cybersquatting, Computer Related Forgery, Conspiracy and Criminal Breach of Trust, slammed on him on November 29, AI argued that President Muhammadu Buhari, ratified the Anti-Torture Act in 2017, torture and different in poor health-remedy stay pervasive in Nigeria, with police and state safety brokers persevering with to topic detainees to torture and different merciless, inhumane, or degrading remedy.

Ojigho added: “The heavy-handed mistreatment of Aminu is a transparent try to strike concern into the hearts of younger Nigerians who use social media to maintain the highly effective to account. The Nigerian authorities should urgently respect and uphold the proper to freedom of expression.

“Amnesty International is concerned by the growing number of attacks on freedom of expression in Nigeria. The authorities are increasingly using unlawful arrests and ill-treatment to stifle those who criticize the state. This must stop now.”

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