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Hadiza Gabon appears in court, denies promising to marry ‘suitor’

Mohammed I. Yaba and Edward Ojile, Kaduna Popular Kannyhood Actress, Hadiza Gabon, has denied knowing a 48-year-old civil servant, Bala Musa, who claimed she promised…

Mohammed I. Yaba and Edward Ojile, Kaduna
Popular Kannyhood Actress, Hadiza Gabon, has denied knowing a 48-year-old civil servant, Bala Musa, who claimed she promised to marry him after spending  N396,000 on her.
The actress who appeared before a Sharia Court, Magajin Gari Kaduna, on Tuesday told the court that she never knew the man in question and had no relationship with him whatsoever.
Last week, the man told the court that the actress promised to marry him and that they had been in a relationship, saying he had so far spent N396,000 on her.
But speaking through her lawyer, Barrister Mubarak Sani Jibril, on the court premises, Gabon denied the allegations levelled against her.
“After hearing his allegations, she actually gave her own response which of course according to her, she has never met him, she never knew what happened. He met her on Facebook purportedly owned by her, so, we don’t know anything about that; we have no business with that, we have heard him, we will allow the court to decide,” Mubarak said.
Also a lawyer to the complainant, Barrister  N. Murtala, said the supposed lover, who happened to be his client met Gabon on Facebook and from there they became friends, adding that she promised to marry him and he started spending money on her.
“They met on Facebook, from there they became friends and the lady promised to marry him and he started spending money on her. She denied knowing him, but we have informed the court that we are going to bring witnesses on that,” he said.
He explained further that they did not oppose her bail because the offence is bailable.
The  judge, Khadi Malam Rilwanu Kyaudai, adjourned the case to 28 of June 2022 and granted her bail with the condition to provide two reliable sureties residing in the state.

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