Kano Spiritualist caught with counterfeit currency bags 10-years in Jail

Mai-Rakumi Kano SpiritualistA kano Spiritualist Abubakar Ishaq a.k.a Mai-Rakumi has been convicted by Honourable Justice A. Lewis Allagoa of the Federal High Court sitting in Kano on a two-count charge of possession of counterfeit currency.

The Kano spiritualist was sentenced to ten years imprisonment on each of counts one and two which borders on possession of counterfeit currency.

Mai-Rakumi was arraigned by the Commission at the Federal High Court, Kano where he pleaded guilty to count 1 and 2. Prior to his plea, prosecution counsel, Samuel Chime applied to withdraw count 3 and 4 of the charge.

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