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The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, has agreed to suspend its two months strike.

In a chat with TheNigerialawyer, JUSUN treasurer, Jimoh Musa, said the strike suspension was agreed during a meeting between the Union and the National Judicial Council, NJC, on Tuesday, June 8, 2021.

However, he further said that the suspension has to be approved by National Executive Council of JUSUN, being the highest decision-making body of the Union.

He also said that after two or three months of suspension if the Governors fail to do the needful the union will begin a new strike.

Musa said the state governors were yet to commence direct payment of monthly allocations from the federation account to the judiciary, as agreed in the series of reconciliatory meetings convened by the Labour Minister, Chris Ngige.

“They (governors) have not started paying (the funds directly to the NJC). We are waiting for the state governors to commence payment so that we can inform our workers.

Based on the Notice sighted by TheNigeriaLawyer signed by its Publicity Secretary, JUSUN NEC will hold an emergency meeting on Wednesday (Tomorrow)

“The meeting with the National Judicial Council (NJC) held today and the outcome necessitate an Emergency NEC.

“You are hereby invited to an Emergency NEC Meeting scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday 9th, June 2021 at 2.00pm. The venue remains the Secretariat.

“As agreed in the last NEC, An Emergency NEC Meeting could be called at any time, hence this call.”

He also noted that those who may not be able to attend physically can join the NEC meeting via Zoom.

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Ganduje Commiserates With AIG Bello Over’s Death

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Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano state condoles with the Assistant Inspector General (AIG) Zone One, Sadiq Bello over the death of his father, Alhaji Muhammad Bello Jega (Maikaji).

In a statement by Abba Anwar
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Kano State said ” When the information about the death of the father of AIG Zone One reached us, we received it with shock. A real community leader, whose good name was a true blessing to his people and all other neighbouring communities, has passed away,”

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He sympathised that, “Ours is to now pray for Allah’s Blessing and Forgiveness for the soul of the departed gentleman. His was indeed a good and exemplary life.”

Governor Ganduje said, “It is therefore on behalf of the government and good people of Kano state, that I am commiserating with the families of Alhaji Bello, whose good training and unrelenting commitment in raising good family, saw AIG Sadiq Bello, coming from this respected and respectful family.”

Closing t

hat, “May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. May Allah forgive all his shortcomings and reward his good deeds with Jannatul Fiddaus. May his family follow his footsteps in their endeavours.”

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Governor Ganduje has since sent a powerful delegation to Jega to officially commiserate with the family of the deceased. The delegation has Hon Nura Muhammad Dankadai, Commissioner for Budget and Economic Planning, Hon Musa Iliyasu Kwankwaso, Commissioner for Rural and Community Development, Alhaji Abubakar Sahabo Bawuro and Engineer Shehu Fari.

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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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NDLEA Bursts 3 Indian Hemp Production Hubs in Kano

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Isah Likita Muhd Commander NDLEA, Kano

The Kano Commander, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency ( NDLEA), Isah Likata Muhammad has said that the Agency discovered Three Farms where cultivation of Indian Hemp is taking place in different locations of the state.

Likita disclosed this to Justice Watch News in his office.

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He said the Farms were located at Gwarzo, Danbatta and Ungogo LGA,s respectively

The Commander further said Operatives of the Command have uprooted over 375 plants of Indian Hemp at Gwarzo Farm alone.

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” Since I came on Board as a commander of the Agency in the last 2 to 3 months in Kano, we were able to discovered 3 Farms where cultivation of Indian Hemp is taking place.”

He said the command apprehended suspects in connection to the farms and investigation is on going

” This is an indication that cultivation of Indian Hemp has been going on in several parts of the state.

He noted that investigation has already begun to find out if cultivation has been taking place in the State.

He enjoiyed  public to provide useful and timely intelligence on any drug farm and trafficker with a view to curtailing the menace of drug abuse in Kano and Nigeria as a whole.

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Likita stated that no security agencies can succeed without getting intelligence from public.

” We are not spirit, we are not everywhere but collaborate with Sister Security Agencies, Traditional and Religious Leaders, Members of the Civil Society Groups, Non Governmental Organization, NGO,s other key relevant stakeholders, and our collaboration is yelding a positive result”.

The Commander assured that who ever provide information to the agency will be treated in confidence, stressing that his door is always open for receiving Information from the public.

Isah consquently, urged people of Kano to cooperate with the personnel of the Agency to achieve a desire goals.

He described drug abuse as a monster that affect the social, economy and political wellbeing of a nation.

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