Cyberstalking: Kano court grants whistleblower bail to Mahdi Shehu

A Federal High Court sitting in Kano State has on Thursday granted bail to a whistleblower, Mahdi Shehu. in the sum of N10 million and a reliable surety with landed property in Kano Municipal and verified residential address in Kano.

This was just as Madhi Shehu who appeared before the court in clutches, neckband and pillow pleaded not guilty to the charges.

It will be recalled that the Inspector-General of Police arraigned Mahdi Shehu before the court, on a six-count charge bordering on cyber stalking against the Katsina State government.

However, the presiding judge, Justice Ambrose Lewis-Allagoa, however, granted the whistleblower bail in the like sum of N10 million and a reliable surety with landed property in Kano Municipal and verified residential address in Kano.

Justice Lewis-Allagoa adjourned the case till 19, May 2021.

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