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Sunday, October 04, 2020

Man Petitions DSS And Police Over Alleged Wife Snatching...



 A Christian, Istifanus Umaru, has petitioned the police, Department of State Services, and the Chief Judge of Adamawa State, over the abduction of his Muslim Fulani wife by a Fulani man whom he claimed wanted to terminate their marriage.
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Umaru, who is seeking the state government’s intervention to save his four-year-old union, said his “predator,” one Bello Bakari, a Muslim lawyer, had abducted his wife, Amina, with the view of marrying her because he (Bakari) considered their marriage a taboo.
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Umaru has also alleged threats to his life, saying Bakari had openly threatened to unleash the Fulani militia to end the marriage, insisting he was not entitled to marry Amina on religious grounds, as he (Umaru) is a Christian.
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In the petition, Umaru claimed that Bakari told him to his face that he (Bakari) had the blessing of the Muslim council in the state to interfere in the marriage and that the Christian Association of Nigeria was also in the picture.
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Umaru said, “When Bakari told me he was engaged by the Muslim council to interfere in my marriage with Amina, and that the Christian Association of Nigeria was aware of the move, I replied that my marriage needed no intervention from any of the two religious bodies because my marriage with Amina was done at a court. If there were any problems, only a court can address them.
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“Yet, he (Bakari) threatened and intimidated me to give up the marriage on the account of my religious difference with my wife. He cited the violent clashes between farmers and herders, stressing that the Fulani race was ready to end my marriage at all costs.”
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When contacted, Bakari denied the allegations. He explained that he was informed by the lady’s relations that she and Umaru were not legally married but merely cohabiting.
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But Umaru insisted he was legally married to Amina, adding that her parents consented to their union.

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16 comments:

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    1. Plenty wahala on top marriage

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  2. This is funny Sha
    Petitioning because of a lady.
    Then that lady must be of very very good quality and posses good attributes.
    As for me and my household only few ladies are worth the stress ryt now.

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    1. Lazy 16.05. You did not read the write up.

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  3. What balderdash! Is Amina not an adult that made her choice to marry a Christian?
    That Muslim lawyer, Bakari has no right to abduct someone's wife regardless of the backing of any religious council or group!
    He should be charged with kidnapping and if he has had carnal knowledge of Amina, then rape should be added to his case❗

    What a country! 🙄

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  4. The wife cannot speak for herself? They should ask her who she wants to be with and not all this.

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  5. In all these drama I'm wondering if Amina is an invalid.

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  6. Even if the family complained to the lawyer that they were not legally married, he still had know right to forcefully take her. Threatening a man with fulani illegal evasion of his happiness.

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  7. What effrontery of this so called lawless lawyer! This man Umaru self Dey funny... where you Dey wey the Mali man carry your wife????

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  8. When u marry this kind marriage I have to move to a neutral place. Sorry oga

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  9. All you Anons asking what Amina is saying or if she is an invalid, you have easily forgotten how Ese Oruru was CHARMED , ABDUCTED from her native Yenagoa to the North and FORCEFULLY MARRIED OFF .

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    1. They can do anything. But God pass them. When you marry their daughter they call it a taboo but their men marrying Christians not a taboo.
      Ndi uchu.

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    2. I pity our people that give 'em their daughters

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  10. Its possible that her family didnt support the marriage so they went the civil way. So the lawyer is trying to scatter marriage based on the woman's family instruction. I think in naija they say if dowry is not paid marriage never hold.

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