Amnesty groups withdraw support on Mahdi Shehu for faking health ailment
The leader of a Human Right Group, Amnesty Support Group and a member, Amnesty International, Alhaji Musa Jikah said their groups have since withdrew their support to Katsina-born whistleblower, Alhaji Mahdi Shehu’s case with the Inspector-General of Police over faking his Health condition.
Jikah made this declaration in an interview with newsmen in Kano.
According to him, they were disappointed with the whistleblower after they saw his video in his cell room in Kano Police Headquarters moving freely without any sign of ailment in contrast of his actions in courts.
He said it is unfortunate that a whistleblower will be found with such a character of deception at the same time claiming to be fighting corruption and corrupt practices.
But in his reply to the said video, Mahdi Shehu, a successful business man based in Kaduna said that the video is fake and was concocted by government officials to tarnish his image.
In an audio he sent to Katsina Post, Mahdi Shehu claimed that in this era of technology, nothing is impossible and urged his supporters to disregard it.