Ex-Jigawa Governor Lamido And Sons Finally Granted Bail By Court


A Federal High Court in Abuja has granted former Governor Sule Lamido of Jigawa State, and his two sons, bail.

A new judge, Gabriel Kolawole, said the bail was granted based on self-recognition of Mr. Lamido as a former of Jigawa State.

Mr. Lamido, his two sons and one other accused person, Abubakar Wada, were admitted to a N25 million bail bond each, in addition to a requirement that they submit their travel passport to the court.

The court also directed that they provide two sureties each, one of which must be a civil servant of grade level 16 or retired as such, or a businessman who owns a landed property not worth less that N75 million in Abuja or Jigawa state.

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The sureties must also provide two recent passport photographs.


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