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Court Restrains KACCIMA From Holding 2021 Annual General Meeting


The Kano High Court has granted an interim injuction, restraining the Kano Chamber of Commerce Industries Mines and Agriculture and 2 other Respondents from holding its proposed Annual General Meeting, scheduled to hold on18th of this month, at Grand Central Hotel, pending the hearing of the originating summons.

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This followed a motion Ex-parte to that effect filed by Barrister Lawan Yaro Muhammmad, Counsel to the Applicants before Justice Yusuf Ubale Muhammad.

In his ruling, Justice Ubale said upon reading motion Ex-parte by Barrister Lawan Muhammmad Yaro, dated and filed on 14th December, 2021 along with 36 Paragraphs affidavit in support, restrained the defendants from, organizing, summoning or convening any event or taking decision to the proposed Annual General Meeting of Kano Chamber of Commerce Industries, Mines and Agriculture on the Sartuday 18th December, 2021

” An order of Interim Injunction is hereby granted, restraining the defendants, either by themselves, agents, servant, privies, supporters, cohorts, assigns, delegates, committee, groups or by whatever name called, from presiding over, organizing, summoning or convening any event, activities, or taking any decision to hold the proposed Annual General
Meeting of the 1st defendant, scheduled to hold on 18th December, 2021 by 10:00 am at Grand Central Hotel, Kano, pending the
hearing and determination of the Applicant’s Originating Summons, dated 14th December 2021″.

Acccording to the Ex-parte order, the six Applicants in the case include: Electro Data System Limited, Mobile Resources and Investment Limited, Gidauniya Investment and Securities Limited, Passionate Impression Limited, Inter System Nigeria Limited and Alhaji Aminu Dangana.

On the other side of 3 Respondents include: Kano Chamber of Commerce, Industries ,Mines and Agriculture, Alhaji Dalhatu Abubakar and Alhaji Ahmad Rabiu.

The court adjourned the case to 11th January, 2022 for the hearing of originating summons, and ordered that all the Respondents be served with the necessary documents before the next adjourn date.


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