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Court sends Niger ex judicial staff to prison for impersonation, forgery

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Two retired staff of Niger state judiciary have been remanded in correctional facility over alleged impersonation and forgery.

The accused persons include Danjuma Bawa, a retired staff of Paiko Magistrate Court as well as Usman Abdullahi, a retired staff of High Court Minna who both hail from Paiko town.

The duo were remanded by the Presiding Magistrate Abdullahi Bawa of Senior Magistrate Court, Paiko, Paikoro Local Government Area of the State.

The duo were said to have issued a fake affidavit to one Moses Mathew of Lugudna area Paiko, a retired officer of Paikoro LG who negotiated and collected fake affidavit form on behalf of his wife, Mrs Serah Bahago and Mustapha Abdullahi, a Headmaster of Butu primary school on behalf of one Amadu Adamu.

The First Police Report, FIR, revealed that the two retired judicial workers allegedly used an old stamp of Magistrate Court Paiko, signed and stamped the said fake affidavit form and issued to their victims.

According to the FIR, “All the fake affidavit forms collected from Usman Abdullahi and Danjuma Bawa did not serve the purposes intended as it was rejected from bank”.

“That both Usman Abdullahi and Danjuma Bawa were having some official court documents in their possession after retirement from the service of Niger government.”

The report also revealed that the two rejected fake affidavit forms were recovered and attached to the case diary as evidence and that the deals were negotiated at private homes of the accused person’s respectively.

However, when the Prosecutor, Inspector Mathew Raymond

read the charges, the accused persons pleaded not guilty.

Hence the prosecutor ordered the court to deny them bail as investigation into the case was still ongoing.

The presiding Magistrate Abdullahi Bawa then adjourned the case till November 22 2022 and the accused be kept in the custody of the correctional centre.

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