Money laundering: Lamido’s son granted bail

By Agency Reporter

A federal High Court sitting in Kano has granted Aminu Sule bail.


Delivering  judgement on the bail application, Tuesday morning, Justice Fatu Riman said, “It is trite that judicial discretion should be marked by fairness and must be guided by law”,  adding that ” I am persuaded that the prosecution failed to prove that the accused person will jump bail if granted.”

The Mass Communication graduate from the Bayero University Kano BUK and eldest son of the Jigawa state Governor, Alhaji Sule Lamido,  was arraigned by the EFCC over allegation of money laundering.
He was arrested December 12, 2012 at the Aminu Kano International Airport on his way to Cairo, Egypt and has been standing trial over alleged money laundering.
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  3. My question is "was he ever in prison?"

    Paul Oghenenabor

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