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Maryam Sanda Heads To Supreme Court To Save Her Neck

Maryam Sanda, is set to approach the supreme court in a bid to upturn the death sentence handed to her by the federal high court in Abuja on January 28, 2020 and affirmed by Abuja court of appeal yesterday, December 4, 2020.

Sanda is sentenced to death for killing her husband, Bilyamin Mohammed Bello, son of former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr Haliru Bello.

Sanda’s next move was revealed by her lawyer, Joe Gadzama, SAN, on Friday in Abuja, few hours after she lost at the Appeal court.

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Gadzama was so displeased with the judgement delivered by the appeal court and vowed to approach the supreme court to get justice and save Sanda from dying by hanging.

Sanda is insisting that the judge relied on circumstantial evidence as there was “lack of confessional statement, absence of murder weapon, lack of corroboration of evidence by two or more witnesses and lack of autopsy report to determine the true cause of her husband’s death.”

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