By; SANI ALIYU, Zaria.
The Chief Magistrate Court sitting at Chediya GRA, Sabon Gari, Zaria have adjourned again the hearing of a case between Commissioner of Police and Miss Joy Enobong-Akpan, a staff of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria and her daughter Akon Iyene a student of ABU Zaria for criminal conspiracy and given false information against some staff of the University.
Enobong-Akpan (defendant), a staff of Kashim Ibrahim Library allegedly accused the staff of the institution of abducting her biological daughter Akon Iyene a student of Human Anotomy department ABU Zaria.
Our correspondent reports that the prosecuting officer Aliyu Jibril said the offense committed is under section; 97,140 and 151 penal code.
Jibril said on the 4th of March, 2016 at about 13hrs a letter of complaint titled missing student name Akon Iyene was filled from the office of Chief Security Officer, ABU Zaria at the Zaria Area Command of the Nigerian Police to further investigate the matter.
The statement further stated that a missing student have received a threat text message through this GSM no 08125359077 telling her that she would be kidnapped if her mother Joy Akpang Enobong refused to step down from SSANU politics, to her dismay the threat become real as her daughter was not found.
Those she accused were Muhammad Gimba-Alfa, Rev. J. F. Buka, Lawal Yakubu, Mohammed Yunusa and Haruna Muhammad.
After reading the FIR Miss Akon Iyene pleaded not guilty to the offense.
For Iyene this is her first appearance in court since the beginning of the case following their legal counsel promise to produce her unfailingly to court.
The presiding Judge, Chief Magistrate Musa Auwal granted the accused Akon Iyene a bail in the sum of N100,000 and two reliable sureties with N100,000 each, resident within the jurisdiction of the court, two passports photographs a genuine residential address and GSM numbers.
The case had been adjourned to July, 12th 2016 for further hearing.