By Ganiyat Ganiyu
A Jigawa Chief Magistrate Court on Tuesday, May 2, remanded the former governor of the state, Alhaji Sule Lamido, in prison till May 4, for alleged incitement.
Chief Magistrate Muhammad Lamin refused the accused bail and adjourned the case till May 4, for the continuation of the case.
Lamido is standing trial on a four-count charge of inciting public disturbance, defamation of character, criminal intimidation and disturbance of public peace.
The offences contravened sections 113, 114, 392 and 394 of the Penal Code.
His counsel Yakubu Ruba and Felix Jones said that the offences were bailable and wondered why the court did not grant the accused bail.
The erstwhile governor was arrested by the police in Kano on Sunday, April 30 for the offences.