Exactly eight days after Justice H.A Nganjiwa of the Federal High Court Yenogoa, Bayelsa state, granted him bail in the sum N3 million bail, Ese Oruru’s abductor, Yunusa Dahiru, is yet to fulfill his bail conditions as no one has come forward to sign as his sureties.
On March 21st, the court had ruled that Yunusa should be granted bail after he provides two sureties in like sum of N3 million each and that the sureties must be resident within the jurisdiction of the court while one must be a civil servant of not less that level 12 while the second must be a title holder. The court also ordered that the sureties must provide tax clearance for the past three years. Up until yesterday March 29th, no one had come forward to sign for him as sureties and he has also not been able to meet up with his N3 million bail condition.
He is said to have lost a lot of weight in the Okaka prison in Yenogoa where he is being remanded. Yunusa is standing trial for abducting 15 years old Ese Oruru from her parents home in Bayelsa and taking her to Kano state where he forcefully married her and converted her to a Muslim.