Aminu Mohammed Deactivates Social Media Accounts, Apologies To Aisha Buhari After His Release

Date: 04-12-2022 5:40 pm (1 month ago) | Author: onuigbo felicia
- at 4-12-2022 05:40 PM (1 month ago)

The student of the Federal University Dutse in Jigawa State, Aminu Adamu Mohammed says he will be deactivating all his social media handles.

He stated this in a video posted on his Twitter handle on Sunday afternoon.

According to him, he is deactivating his social media handles because he will be starting his final semester examination tomorrow, November 5th as he needs concentration.

Recall that Mohammed was last Friday released from prison custody after the wife of the president, Aisha Buhari ordered his arrest and detention for criticising her.

The order for his arrest by the first lady followed a post he made on Twitter where he claimed that she was feeding fat on poor people’s money.

Mohammed posted Aisha’s picture on Twitter with the caption “Su mama anchi kudin talakawa an koshi” (translated from Hausa, meaning “Mummy has gotten fatter by eating masses’ money”).

Months after, security operatives arrested him for the tweet he made in June and whisked him to the Presidential Villa in Abuja, where he was beaten and tortured, according to his uncle.

The student was arraigned at a Federal Capital Territory High Court in Abuja on Tuesday, where he was denied bail despite pleading not guilty to the charges filed against him.

As a result of this, several Nigerians mostly in the Southern part of the country have been criticising Aisha Buhari for detaining the university student, while calling for his immediate release.

A human rights lawyer, Monday Ubani also criticised Aisha Buhari over the action, saying many Nigerians flayed Mrs. Patience Jonathan during her husband’s tenure as Nigeria’s President from 2010 to 2015 but she didn’t arrest any of her detractors.

It was gathered that Mohammed was freed on Friday evening after the wife of the president withdrew the case which she ordered the police to institute against the student.

While withdrawing the case on behalf of Aisha, the prosecution counsel, Fidelis Ogbobe told the court that the First Lady, being the mother of the nation, decided to withdraw the case, following the intervention of “well-meaning Nigerians.”

Ogbobe cited section 108 subsection 2(a) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act while moving a motion for the withdrawal of the case on Friday.

In the video, the university student appreciated the leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), his school, and all Nigerians for making sure he got his freedom.

He also asked the general public to disregard hackers cloning his identity on social media.

He asked Nigerians to pray for him as he begins his examination.

Watch the video below:
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Posted: at 4-12-2022 05:40 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
- gogoman at 4-12-2022 05:48 PM (1 month ago)
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Posted: at 4-12-2022 05:48 PM (1 month ago) | Grande Master
- fineboy77 at 4-12-2022 09:29 PM (1 month ago)
Let the spirit of Deborah guide your ''concentration'' as you prepare for your final exams.

Posted: at 4-12-2022 09:29 PM (1 month ago) | Hero