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Eye Witness Reveals How Maryam Sanda Killed Her Husband

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The murder trial of Maryam Sanda took a new turn on Thursday afternoon, as an eye-witness revealed the series of events which led to the tragic murder Bilyaminu Bello, son of former PDP chairman, Haliru Bello.
The eye-witness, Ibrahim Mohammed, a close friend of the late Bilyaminu, told the court that Maryam stabbed her late husband severally before he eventually bled to death.
Speaking at the High Court in Jabi, Ibrahim disclosed that Maryam, had on the night of the incident, threatened to cut off the manhood of the deceased unless she was divorced that night
Recounting the tragic incident, Ibrahim said himself and Bilyaminu were smoking ‘Shisha’ and watching TV when Maryam came down to call Bil who answered her call and while they were upstairs, he heard noise from upstairs before Maryam sent Sadiya (the fourth defendant) to call him.
He said: “When I got there, I saw both Maryam and Bilyaminu holding each other’s cloth on the neck. I asked what was happening and pleaded that they stop this. Maryam told me to tell Bilyaminu to divorce her. I told her they should exercise patience and stop fighting. She said she was not going anywhere until he divorced her. She came straight to Bilyaminu to stab him. I held her hands and Bilyaminu went behind her and collected the broken bottle from her hands and went downstairs. I closed the door and continued to advise Maryam that they should stop fighting. She said she would not stop until Bilyaminu divorced her that night; that either he divorced her or she would cut his private part. While pleading with her, Bilyamin entered the bedroom and Maryam followed him, insisting that he should divorce her that night but Bilyaminu kept silent.”
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