Woman Appears In Court For Calling Husband’s Mother A Witch

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August 18, 2017 – Woman Appears In Court For Calling Husband’s Mother A Witch

An housewife identified as Fati Mohammed today appeared before a Minna Magistrates’ Court, charged with calling her former mother-in-law, Fati Aliyu, a witch.

The accused was arraigned in court following a direct criminal complaint filed by Aliyu.

Aliyu alleged that Mohammed called her a witch after demanding that she returned the five-year-old child she had for her former husband to her.

According to the boy’s grandmother, the child had been on vacation with his mother.

But when she requested her to return him after the holiday, the mother called her a witch.

She prayed the court to order the accused to pay her N2million in damages for defamation as well as order her to return her grandson who was put under her care.

The accused, however, denied the charge preferred against her by the complainant.

The presiding judge, Hassan Mohammed, advised the parties to give peace a chance and settle their differences amicably.

Justice Hassan adjourned the case till Aug. 31 for further mention.

[NANA]

3 thoughts on “Woman Appears In Court For Calling Husband’s Mother A Witch

  1. who has the custody after divorce>2million ke> even with the alledged name calling,who knows if she was part of their break up.come and dig the dough out.

  2. They are fighting over the first name both of them have in common?? Yes, they are still family to the precious boy they both love so They should look for a peaceful resolution that will not deprive either of gaining access to the boy or deprive the boy of the love of his Mama and Grandmama.
    The N2million demanded? Genuine apologies should do the trick because the tongue runs away with us when we are angry and unleashes a lot of vulgar abuse which we later regret! Ma’am s could you please explore peace and report to the court your decision? All the best to you all!

  3. The wife is the namesake of the mother in law and a surname sake to the judge!
    How this case wan settle na?!
    #justpassingby#

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