Friday, December 2, 2022

Jaruma granted bail after four days in prison

She’s accused of publishing false and defamatory information on social media against Ned Nwoko and his wife Regina Daniels.

• January 28, 2022
Ned Nwoko and Jaruma
Ned Nwoko and Jaruma

Aphrodisiac seller, Hauwa Mohammed, popularly known as Jaruma, has been granted bail after spending four days in prison.

The controversial kayanmata seller was initially arraigned on January 25, for alleged publication of false and defamatory information on social media against politician and businessman Ned Nwoko and his actress wife Regina Daniels. 

After she was arrested, Jaruma was remanded in prison custody till her bail hearing on January 28.

According to Punch, the presiding Judge, Ismaila Abdullahi, clarified that Jaruma’s remand in prison custody was not a punishment.

“The court did not remand her in custody as a punitive means to penalise the defendant but to make her present and answer to her case.

“By this, I shall be quick to point out that the charge against the defendant is bailable but not ordinary,” Mr Abdullahi said in granting her bail.

The court granted her bail on the condition that a level 12 civil servant within FCT was provided for surety, and adjourned till February 23.

We have recently deactivated our website's comment provider in favour of other channels of distribution and commentary. We encourage you to join the conversation on our stories via our Facebook, Twitter and other social media pages.

More from Peoples Gazette

Kaduna State governor, Nasir el-rufai

Heading 2

One in 100 Kaduna people has AIDS, says KADSACA

“At the national level, the prevalence of the virus (AIDS) was at 1.4 (four people out of 100 test positive), while that of Kaduna is confirmed to be 1.1.”

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje ,Church and Mosque


Ganduje warns politicians against campaigning at religious centres

The governor lamented the use of religion by political elites, especially during electioneering, to divide religious groups.

EFCC chair Abdulrashid Bawa


3,440 Nigerian fraudsters convicted in 2022, says EFCC chairman Bawa

“In terms of prosecution of cases in court, I am glad to inform you that, between January and November 25 this year, EFCC recorded 3,440 convictions.”



One person killed in Enugu road crash: FRSC

One person has been killed in an auto crash within the Enugu metropolis.

Secretary to the state government(SSG) Ibrahim Kashim and Hard Drugs used to illustrate the story.


Widespread use of hard drugs in Bauchi worrisome: SSG

The Bauchi government says it is worried about the widespread sale and use of hard drugs in the state.


Enugu DisCo laments vandals destroying its equipment

EEDC has arrested and handed eight electricity installation vandals to the police for investigation and prosecution.