Precisely eight days after he was admitted to bail, Yunusa Dahiru a.k.a Yellow is yet to meet his bail conditions.
Justice Nganjiwa had admitted Yunusa to bail on stringent conditions of N3 million and two sureties in like sum, resident within the jurisdiction of the court.
Also one of the sureties must be a title holder, while the second person must be civil servant on Grade Level 12 or above.
The bail conditions also stipulated that the two sureties must submit their three years tax clearance receipts and that the defence counsel must sign an undertaking that the accused would not jump bail.
Investigations indicated that the defence team and Dahiru family have been battling to meet the bail conditions so that Yunusa can leave the Okaka Prison before the April 19 adjourned date, Sunnews online reports…
Frantic efforts to meet the bail conditions have been largely unsuccessful as there is nobody willing to sign the bail bond.
At the Okaka Prison where he is being remanded, Yunusa, who is now emaciated is said to be deeply worried over failure of his family to meet the bail conditions after the court admitted him to bail.
It was learned that if the week runs out and the bail conditions are not met, the defence counsel might be forced to go back to the Court and ask for a variation of the bail conditions.
If you recall, Yunusa was arrested over the abduction of 15 year old Ese from Bayelsa. She is said to be 5 months pregnant and though his family claims they eloped out of love, her family claims otherwise.