. The charges will attract a maximum of three years imprisonment without fines if the suspect is found guilty of the offence.
According to eyewitnesses, Kabiru arrived at the court premises wearing a long gown amidst tight security, looking disturbed.
According to public insinuations, it appears that the government is not worried about the suspect’s actions but want to set an example with him, to serve as a deterrent to other ‘would-be’ Social Media abusers.
Kabiru Muhammad had allegedly spread fake President Buhari wedding Fatiha Card with the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Faruk, a situation that generated public outcry.