Po­lice ar­raigns sus­pected Jonathan house bur­glar

Daily Trust - - NEWS - By John Chuks Azu

The Po­lice yes­ter­day ar­raigned a dis­missed po­lice of­fi­cer sus­pected to be in­volved in the break­ing and theft in one of the homes of former pres­i­dent, Good­luck Jonathan in Abuja.

Musa Musa, 23, was ar­raigned be­fore a chief mag­is­trate court in Wuse Zone 2, Abuja on al­le­ga­tions of house­break­ing, mis­chief and theft.

Ac­cord­ing to a First In­for­ma­tion Re­port (FIR) read by the po­lice yes­ter­day, Musa was al­leged to have on July 5, 2017 un­law­fully bro­ken into the res­i­dence of the former pres­i­dent at No. 89, Fourth Av­enue, Gwarimpa district, Abuja and re­moved var­i­ous items.

Musa, who is former sergeant, pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Mean­while, Mag­is­trate Mar­bel Se­gun Bello has granted bail to the sus­pect in the sum of N7mil­lion and one surety in like sum. She also or­dered him to be re­manded in pri­son pend­ing the ful­fil­ment of the terms of bail.

The case has been ad­journed to Oc­to­ber 3 for hear­ing.

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