First Lady impersonator nabbed by Police

It was further reported that Terngu was arrested in Makurdi town when she attended an event to sensitize indigenes of the state on HIV/AIDS.


30-year-old Sandra Terngu has been nabbed by the Benue state police command for allegedly impersonating Benue State’s first lady, Mrs. Eunice Ortom.

According to multiple reports, Terngu claimed not-guilty after she was docked before a Makurdi magistrate court presided over by Mr. Austin Ityonyiman on Friday November 20, 2015.

A resident of Saint Dominic Catholic Church road in Gboko area of Makurdi, Terngu’s defence counsel, A. Ahile, who applied for her bail, assured that the accused is a good citizen and will always be physically present in court sessions until the investigations are over.

Thus, the presiding magistrate granted the accused a bail in the sum of N20, 000 with a surety while the matter was adjourned to December 22, 2015 for mention.


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