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Man Who Snatched Married Woman From Husband In Kaduna Arrested By Sharia Police

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A man identified as Abubakar Mustapha was today remanded in police custody for allegedly luring a married woman from her husband.

A Sharia court sitting at Magajin Gari area of Kaduna today ordered Mustapha remanded for wooing a married woman from her husband.

He pleaded not guilty to the charges of enticing and wooing a married woman but his plea was not taken by the court.

The complainant, Sadi Yusuf told the court that  Mustapha wooed his wife after she went to her parents home in Kafanchan to give birth to a baby.

Yusuf said since his wife, Nusaiba delivered her baby, she has refused to return home.

His words:

“When I traveled to Kafanchan to see my wife and our baby, Mustapha called my wife to his room and I followed her. “Upon reaching his room, he shouted at me saying he only called my wife not me, threatening to deal with me” .

He pleaded  with the court to intervene in the matter so his wife can return home.



  1. iron bar

    June 7, 2018 at 5:39 PM

    snatched ke?was she hypnotized or what?am not understanding.

  2. DB

    June 7, 2018 at 7:06 PM

    I thought snatching is usually at gun point. Maybe this one is at money point. Lol

  3. uzoma

    June 7, 2018 at 9:05 PM

    That is the height of insult..Called your wife to his room and she went right in your presence? There is something going on between them. She is no longer your wife and probably the child belongs to him. Look for a wife that will stay faithful to you.

  4. Big Aunty Koks

    June 7, 2018 at 9:15 PM

    How police go “arrest” the woman’ emotion or love to join with the husband’s own? It is like the proverbial taking of horse to a stream but not being able to force it to drink.

  5. Mon

    June 8, 2018 at 2:38 AM

    As funny as this sounds, before you know what’s going on, Sharia police will take over everywhere in the North,tomorrow they will say we are one Nigeria.

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