Nigeria/March 25, 2019/Agency Report /No Comment/181 views /nigeria Blind man asks court to recover N350, transistor radio from repairer – Premium Times Nigeriashare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelA 50-year-old blind man, Abubakar Umar of Sabon Gida Kano Road, on Monday prayed a Kaduna Sharia Court ll Magajin Gari to recover his N350 and radio set from a repairs man. Mr Umar told the court that his radio set was the only friend he had and he was tired of going to the repairer’s shop seeking back his N350 and the radio set. “I am a blind beggar, I suffered to raise that N350, he must give me back my money and radio set, he has betrayed the trust I had in him. ALSO READ Dino Melaye Resumes Plenary With Walking Stick, Neck Brace“I am tired of going to his shop. Sometimes he tells his boys to tell me that he has travelled and when I go to the shop, I hear his voice speaking softly.” The respondent, 51-year-old Garba Abubakar of Sabon Gida Guragu Street, Kano Road, Kaduna, who appeared in the court with the radio set, told the court that he delayed fixing the radio due to the unstable power supply. “I fixed the radio set. I was only keeping it for him to come and get it. ALSO READ 2019 Budget: FAAN proposes N101.6bn”Umar has a temper. The last time he came to my shop, he began hitting everybody with his stick, I refused to give him the radio because of his last action”, he added. After listening to their testimonies, the judge, Musa Sa’ad-Goma, ordered Mr Abubakar to tune the radio to a particular station, to see if the radio was working. ALSO READ One killed, others injured as APC, PDP supporters clash in Kaduna | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe judge also ordered Mr Umar (the blind man) to touch the radio to confirm if it was his. However, Mr Umar tested the radio and further complained that the stations are not tuning and that the ambience was very low. The judge further urged Mr Umar to remain calm and not to go to the repairer’s shop again for any action, promising that the case will be solved amicably. (NAN) Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:nigeria share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleDaddy Freeze Reacts To Oyedepo’s Mega Real Estate Projectnext articleAnti-stall system likely activated in crash: Ethiopian Airlines CEO | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World NewsRelated PostsNigeria/April 18, 2019 /No Comment Alleged money laundering: EFCC re-arraigns ex-judge Ofili-Ajumogobia, Obla absent –461 shares Nigeria/April 18, 2019 /No Comment Trump took no action to thwart Mueller probe: attorney general | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World NewsEstonia president holds first meeting with Putin in years | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World NewsNigeria’s Auditor-General laments poor implementation of audit reports – Premium Times NigeriaStarboy! Wizkid to feature on Beyonce’s new albumIDPs want more from President Buhari — NCRMISuspected cultists charged with robbery, murder of ASPAkpabio says INEC is disobeying court’s ordersUTME: 3 docked for double registration | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World NewsBREAKING: Buhari signs new minimum wage bill – Premium Times Nigeria Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.