The famous Maryam Sanda, a businesswoman from the north of Nigeria, rose to fame after she killed her husband Bilyaminu Bello in 2017.
She received a death sentence after being found guilty of the crime.
Maryam Sanda Biography Information In Details
|Maimuma Aliyu (mother)
|Net Worth In Dollar:
|Net Worth In Naira:
|₦21,094,500 Millions (NGN)
Maryam Sanda Early Life And Personal Life
Maimuna Aliyu, a former executive director of Aso Savings and Loans, is the mother of Maryam Sanda.
The ICPC detained her mother in 2019 on suspicion of defrauding the government of $360,000.
When it was revealed that she had killed her husband Bilyaminu Bello by stabbing him, the story went viral.
Prior to the event, which took place on November 18, 2017, at their Maitama home in Abuja, the couple fought.
In 2015, the couple had been wed. The couple’s first child, a girl, was just six months old when her husband passed away.
She was also expecting a boy, who she gave birth to many months later.
Her late spouse Bello is the nephew of former PDP national chairman Bello Haliru and the son of a former minister.
The Appeal And Release Of Maryam Sanda
Maryam on the other hand, denied stabbing her husband and asserted that she had hit him with a Shisha bottle, causing him to trip and fall on it and suffer an injury.
She was remanded in custody after being accused of murder at the Abuja High Court. When it was discovered that she was pregnant, she was later released on bond in March 2018.
She gave birth to a boy on August 7th, 2018.
The second phase of her trial began in November 2018.
The FCT high court found her guilty of killing her husband in January 2020.
Maryam Sanda Court Death Sentence
She was given a hanging death sentence by Justice Yusuf Halilu.
In February 2020, she filed a death sentence appeal.
The appeals court confirmed the high court’s decision to execute her for killing her husband on December 4th, 2020.
Maryam Sanda Net Worth And Salary Income
She has an estimated net worth of about $50,000 US Dollar equivalent to about ₦21,094,500.00 Millions Naira in Nigeria currency.