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4 Dec 2020
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3 Feb 2020
Mrs. Maryam Sanda, who was on Monday sentenced to death by hanging for killing her husband, will appeal the judgment, a member of his legal team has confirmed. Justice Yusuf Halilu of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) had given her the maximum sentence for killing her husband, Mr. Bilyaminu Bello.
5 Apr 2019
The no-case submission filed by Maryam Sanda who is standing trial for allegedly killing her husband has been struck out.
30 Mar 2019
Mr Olusegun Jolaawo, the lead counsel representing Maryam Sanda who allegedly killed her husband, has urged a Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Maitama to discharge and acquit the defendants because the prosecution has failed to show evidence to prove its case.
23 Jan 2019
Maryam Sanda who is standing trial for allegedly killing her husband Bilyaminu Bello has revealed in a statement she made before the police that several nude pictures she found on her husband's phone caused the fight which eventually led to his death.
25 Oct 2018
Maimuna Aliyu, the mother of Maryam Sanda has been arrested by operatives of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC).
25 Oct 2018
The trail of Maryam Sanda was on Wednesday stalled due to the absence of a prosecution witness. When the matter was called, Mr James Idachaba announced appearance for the prosecution while the first defendant, Maryam was represented by Mr O. Jolaawo.
30 Jun 2018
Justice Halilu of an FCT high court sitting in Jabi has adjourned till October 4, 2018, the trial of Maryam Sanda who allegedly killed her husband in November 2017.
18 May 2018
An FCT high court in Jabi, has adjourned the trail of Maryam Sanda to a later date due to the absence of the Legal counsel representing the accused from court on Tuesday.
8 Feb 2018
Despite the claim of being 3 months pregnant, Maryam Sanda has again been denied bail.
6 Feb 2018
Maryam Sanda who is standing trial for allegedly killing her husband Bilyamin Bello is three months pregnant.
15 Dec 2017
Alleged murder - Court denies Maryam Sanda bail.

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