Legislator’s child and two others captured for purportedly circling assault video of prospective lady of the hour in Sokoto

 

The Sokoto State Hisbah Commission has captured three individuals including a legislator’s child for purportedly circling a video via web-based media while explicitly attacking a youngster.

As per reports, the casualty was supposed to be booked to get hitched on October 17, however the marriage was canceled because of the viral video circled by the suspects.

Affirming the capture to newsmen, the state Hisbah Commandant, Dr. Adamu Kasarawa, said the suspects would be given over to the police for arraignment.

The mother of the casualty told newsmen that the chief presume who is the government official’s child, explicitly manhandled her girl at some point in 2017 when she was 16 years of age. She asserted that the suspect put away the video cuts for a long time with the aim of wrecking her little girl’s life.

“Precisely on June 20, 2020, I got a call from Lagos on the flowed video of my naked girl being explicitly manhandled by Baffa Hayatu Tafida.

“The presumes shared the clasps to my girl’s admirer alongside other online gatherings,” she said

The distressed mum said the wedding which was before booked for October 17 was dropped by the husband to be after Baffa delivered the phonographic video of him explicitly manhandling the young lady.

She affirmed that authorities at the Department of State Services and the National Human Rights Commission in Sokoto wouldn’t react to her weep for equity until she held up a grumbling at the Hisbah commission.

The casualty’s mom asserted that the dad of the chief speculate had made endeavors to initiate her so as to drop the case, and undermined her on various events when she cannot.

When reached, Hayatu Tafida, the dad of the chief suspect, affirmed information on the case however denied actuating the casualty’s mom or compromising her life.

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