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Kano Ministry of Justice Takes Over Prosecution in case against Danbilki, Defendant Granted Bail with Conditions

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By Our Correspondent

The Kano State Ministry of Justice has taken over the prosecution from the Police in the ongoing case against Kano-based politician, Abdulmajid Danbilki Kwamanda, concerning the breach of public peace.

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It is alleged that the defendant incited the public to revolt against the Kano State Government during a live radio program.

It is worth noting that the Department of State Security Services, Kano Command, had previously arrested the defendant and transferred the case to the Kano Command for prosecution.

The defendant was arraigned before the court by Barrister Abdussalam Saleh Danmaidaki from the Legal Department of Kano Police.

During the arraignment, the prosecution stated that the offense contravened section 114 of the Penal Code Law.

However, Danbilki Kwamanda denied committing the offense.

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Subsequently, his lawyer, Barrister Ibrahim Abdullahi Chedi, requested the court to grant the defendant bail, citing his health condition as a ground for his application.

The presiding magistrate scheduled Monday, January 29th, 2024, for ruling on the bail application.

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Unfortunately, the presiding Magistrate was unable to appear in court on that day due to his ailment.

During the subsequent hearing on Thursday for the ruling on the bail application, Barrister Bashir Saleh from the Ministry of Justice, Kano State, announced his appearance on behalf of the prosecution.

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Saleh stated, “Based on the instruction of the Kano State Attorney General, we intend to take over the Prosecution in this matter.”

In his ruling, Senior Magistrate Abdulaziz Habib granted the defendant bail in the sum of N1 million and required two reliable sureties.

The court ordered that one of the sureties must be a Permanent Secretary working in the Kano Civil Service or a District Head.

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The court also instructed the defendant and sureties to submit their two recent passport photographs.

The presiding magistrate, Abdulaziz, scheduled the hearing for February 26th, 2024.

When contacted, the counsel to the defendant, Barrister Ibrahim Chedi, confirmed that Kwamanda had fulfilled all the bail conditions set by the court as of the time of filing the report.

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