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‘And the lies continue’ Netizens tackle Jaruma after saying she only spent 2 days in police custody and not 4 days

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‘And the lies continue’ Netizens tackle Jaruma after saying she only spent 2 days in police custody and not 4 days

Some social media users have slammed Hauwa Saidu Jaruma, also known as Jaruma, after revealing she only spent two days in Police custody and not four days as widely reported.

The9jafresh earlier reported that Jaruma was granted bail on Friday afternoon, 28th January 2022, after spending days in detention.

However, She expressed gratitude to everyone who has asked for her release in a new video that has appeared online, indicating that she was arrested on Monday and released on Tuesday.

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‘And the lies continue’ Netizens tackle Jaruma after saying she only spent 2 days in police custody and not 4 days 2

Many people may not trust Jaruma, but they check the date of her release video uploaded on her Whatsapp status, according to her.

As expected, some netizens reacted to the post urging her to take a break as she was only lying and seeking social media validation.

princexdeybo wrote: Madam rest na, who you wan impress biko, your ticket don cut

sussannerichard erote: N the lies continue

pleasureszone wrote: See as you don black. Madam rest, it’s obvious people you wanna fight are bigger than you, leave clout and rest before you land for trouble

kudi_ova_boiz wrote: She actually replied a comment on tuesday on a blog so i believe.

Jaruma was arraigned before an Abuja high court on charges bordering on defamation of character, false news publication and intimidation of former lawmaker, Ned Nwoko on the internet.

The billionaire businessman had accused Jaruma of publishing falsehoods on her Instagram page against him and his wife, Regina Daniels.

Justice Ismaila Abdullahi in his ruling on Monday had ordered that Jaruma be remanded in the Suleja Correctional Centre pending the bail hearing on Friday.

The Judge while ruling on her bail application on Friday said her remand should not be seen as a punishment to the defendant.

Abdullahi warned all parties involved in the matter to refrain from actions that could be considered prejudicial to the case.

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