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Criminal Summon: Court Dismisses Substituted Service Against MD KAROTA

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A Kano State Chief Magistrate Court Ibrahim Khalil Mahmoud has dismissed an application seeking to serve MD KAROTA Dr. Baffa Babba Dan’Agundi with a criminal summon by substituted means.

Baffa Babba Danagundi has allegedly assaulted commercial tricycle operator Mujtaba Isah.

Ealier, Counsel to the complainant Barrister Abba Hikima prayed the court to grant leave for service by substituted means on the Managing Director at his last known address after 2 attempts to served him by court bailiff prove abortive.

” Your Worship i was reliably informed by Bailiff of this Court that he was not allowed entry into KAROTA office from gate for two attempts”

“This is a criminal case, the plea of the Defendant is significance, we are urging the court to allow service through substituted means”

Counsel to Baffa Babba Dan’Agundi, Barrister Muhammad Waziri challenged power of the court to issue criminal summon on direct complain.

He prayed the Court to stop its ongoing proceedings untill and after determination of his preliminary Objection.

Counsel to Mujittapha Isa Barrister Abba Hikima however argued that Baffa has no legal right to challenge power of the court without being respond to the summon against him.

” His preliminary objection can not be heard since he has not
been served with the summon to hear the allegations levelled against him”

In his rulling, Chief Magistrate Ibrahim Khalil Mahmoud dismissed the prayer to serve the summon through substituted means and ordered Bailiff of the court to make more effort to serve him at his last known addrress and adjourned the matter to April 1st for continuation hearing and determination of preliminary objection by counsel to Baffa Babba dan’Agundi.

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22-year-old man to die by hanging for robbery

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A 22-year Kehinde Olajide has been sentenced to death by hanging for armed robbery in Ekiti State.

A High Court sitting in Ado Ekiti on Thursday sentenced Kehinde for involvement in robberies.

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He was docked for arming himself with dangerous weapons to rob Dayo Folorunsho, Saka Yusuf, Adeoye Oluwatosin, Adeola Oluwatobi, Olayemi Aremu, Hambali Ojo and Ayodele Oluwafemi of their belongings.

Justice Lekan Ogunmoye who pronounced the judgement, said that “the prosecution had proved ingredients of armed robbery against the convict without any reasonable doubt

Ogunmoye said, “He is hereby sentenced to death by hanging until he is dead. May God almighty have mercy upon his soul”.

The convict and others who were involved in the alleged robbery were charged with nine count charges bordering on conspiracy, unlawful possession of firearms and robbery.

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The three other men involved in the robbery include, Kareem Azeez (24), Bamisile Lateef (28) and Adebayo Basiru (25).

The Judge, however, acquitted them for lack of proof of the offence they were charged for.

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Job Scam: Court Sentences Kano Civil Servant to 1 Year in Correctional Center.

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The Kano State Senior Magistrate Court presided over by Haulatu Magaji has convicted Kano Civil Servant Abubakar Jibril to 1 year in Correctional Center with an option of fine to the tune of N50,000.

Arraigning the suspect before the court, the prosecution counsel Barrister Halliru Isa told the court that Jibril was found to be collecting money under the pretence of providing jobs to applicants.

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He told the court that the offence against Abubakar Jibril contravenes section 342 of the penal code.

After reading the charge on him, he pleaded guilty and sought for leniency, stressing that he was first time offender.

Prosecution Counsel prayed the court to try the defendant summarily acccording to section 151 of Criminal Procedure Code.

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Consquently, Magistrate Haulatu Sentenced Jibril to 1 year in Correctional Center. Her words ” Having admitted with the content of the charge I here by sentence you to 1 year in Correctional Center with the option of N50,000 as fine. Similarly, you are to pay the complainants N700, 000 or to spend 6 months in Correctional Center in case of any default”.

It could be recalled that the convict who is a staff with Kano State Agency For Mass Education was apprehended by the operatives of NSCDC while selling appointment letter of NSCDC to public.

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Recall that when he was paraded to Journalists by NSCDC, the convict confirmed that he downloaded referee form from the Corps’ website and selling it to his victims under the pretence that he will secure job for them.

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Court Orders 20 Strokes, 180 Days Against Six Phone Snatchers In Kano

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Kano State Upper Shari’ah Court, City Number 1, presided by Ibrahim Sarki Yola has sentenced 20 lashes with cane and 180 days in correctional center, against six phone snatchers who were found guilty of their offences.

The convicted persons were arrested in different locations within Kano metropolis

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According to the First Information Report by Police, the convicts were apprehended after series of complaints from members of the public.

” Eight stolen phones were recovered in their possession and they couldn’t give any satisfactory information in relation to how they acquired the phones”

” Knives and other dangerous weapons were also recovered from the suspects.”

The six convicts of different addresses in Kano Metropolis included : Umar Ibrahim, Abba Sani and Abubakar Yusuf.

Others were Ahmad Mustapha, Aliyu Bashir and Ahmad Musa.

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They all pleaded guilty and prayed the court to temper justice with mercy.

Ibrahim Sarki Yola ordered 20 strokes be administer to each of the convict.

The Judge, similarly convicted each to spend 180 at correctional centres.

” This will serve as a deterrent to other culprits who are terrozing the public”

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