Embattled ASD’s son-in-law denies divorcing wife

Abubakar Musa Abubakar, the embattled ex-husband of Nasiba Dauda, the daughter of Kaduna business mogul Sani Dauda, has spoken for the first time, over his broken marriage.

TIME EXPRESS reports that Abubakar, through his lawyer Rilwanu Umar on Thursday debunked all allegations levelled against him by his former wife, Nasiba.

It was gathered that Nasiba’s first marriage with Abubakar has ended last year after she prayed to a  Sharia Court in Kaduna State to dissolve the marriage over alleged maltreatment.

According to reports, the court then granted Nasiba’s prayer and terminated her marriage with the Abubakar, where she later got married to a new husband, Abdullahi Kullama.

In his ruling, the Sharia Court judge stated that the marriage was conducted in line with Islamic laws and the Nigerian Constitution.

The judge also stated that Nasiba’s marriage with Mr Musa-Abubakar ended since January 5, 2018, adding that there was no any existing order restraining her or her family from conducting a new marriage.

However, in a statement, Abubakar’s lawyer said there is no iota of truth over the divorce issue,  adding that it is misleading, false and contemptuous.

According to Barrister Umar, it is necessary and compelling to place in proper perspective, the true position of things and set the record straight.

“A close confidant of the two (2) characters involved (Abubakar Musa Abubakar and Nasiba Sani Dauda) stated that the circumstances that surrounded the marriage were not in any way the fault of Abubakar but rather due to some differences and with the active connivance of the wife’s family to illegally marry her to someone else without justification.

“It is important to state with all emphasis and unequivocally that the marriage was not dissolved and the case is on appeal in a court of competent jurisdiction.

“As a law abiding citizen, it will be subjudice to discuss a case in court but it is important to state that from all evidences and indications, there is no grounds for the dissolution of the marriage.

They have no right to remarry on an existing marriage,” the statement reads in parts

The solicitor also explained that Abubakar only challenged the purported dissolution of the marriage on the grounds that due process was not followed, in line with Islamic Injunction.

“Moreover, an Upper Sharia court was said to have quashed the ruling of the Lower Sharia court, exploited by Nasiba and one Auwalu Falalu to illegally dissolve the marriage.

“A source also remarked that in their desperate bid to subvert the course of injustice, Nasiba and her cohorts approached the Sharia court of Appeal Kaduna, insisting on the dissolved marriage as pronounced by the lower
court.

It will interest you to know that Nasiba and her coconspirator reportedly approached a court in Abuja, on 10th October, 2019, on the same matter,” he said

He added that, “contrary to Nasiba’s insinuation that her father was arrested on the orders of Abubakar, the truth was that they were actually arrested following a report by a group of people who were physically assaulted by the family, for challenging a plan to illegally remarry her to another person despite the on-going litigations.

“The allegations made by Nasiba are very appalling and totally unacceptable. Abubakar has never physically or emotionally assaulted her before, and he has no intention of assaulting her in the future because it is not in his character and person.

He however stated that, “on the contrary, the assault and the threat have been to his life and that of his friends which have been orchestrated by Nasiba.

“Sadly, in other to sensationalise and draw public sympathy, Nasiba went ahead to disparage the IGP, ostensibly to blackmail the Nigeria Police Force, for towing the line of justice.

It is still shocking what Nasiba seeks to gain by intentionally trying to denigrate the person and office of the number one Police chief, in a controversial case that started in 2017, about two years before his appointment.

Nasiba’s cheap blackmail about the sexual orientation of Abubakar has hit a brick wall and it is dead on arrival. Abubakar is not a homosexual, has never been and will NEVER be,” Mr Umar stated.

He noted that all the allegations had gone further to show her desperation and intention to muddle up facts just to satisfy Nasiba’s emotions.

Umar added that it is totally unacceptable that she would attempt to tarnish Mr Abubakar’s “character and reputation for whatever reason or gains and has been sued for defamation of character.”

“Finally, for all those who have been in contact with Abubakar, they will objectively attest to his personality and behaviours.

Hence, there is no iota of truth in Nasiba’s “tales by moonlight” write up. It is only attention seeking and it should be disregarded in its entirety,” he stated.

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