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Kano Ex-Commissioner’s Son Versus Medical Doctor: Court Fixes May 2 For Hearing

By Our Correspondent

The Kano State High Court has fixed 2nd May 2024 for hearing in a case filed by Said Muhammad, the son of former Kano State Commissioner for Religious Affairs, seeking the court to discharge him for allegedly slapping a medical doctor on duty at Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital Kano.

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Justice Watch News recalls that Upper Shari’ah Court Judge Garba Hamza Malafa in Kano oversaw the administration of the oath of denial to Sai’d Muhammad after the prosecution counsel, Laraba Uba, informed the court that there were no witnesses and requested the defendant to swear on the holy Qur’an.

Following this development, Sai’d, represented by his legal counsel, Barrister Rabiu Shuaibu Abdullahi, filed a certiorari application at the state high court seeking his discharge.

During the hearing held on Tuesday, Barrister Abdullahi informed the court that all defendants had been served with the court processes and the case was ready for proceedings.

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In response, Counsel for all Respondents, Barrister HA Wali, requested an adjournment as he had just received the case details to adequately prepare a defense.

Despite objections raised by the Applicant’s Counsel regarding the adjournment, the presiding judge ruled in favor of an adjournment and rescheduled the hearing for May 2, 2024.

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