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Shari’ah: Kano Trains 60 on Adjudication

No fewer than 60 Persons selected from Kano State High Court of Justice, Judicial Service Commission and Shari’ah Court of Appeal graduated from State own Judicial school Sunday.

Speaking during the graduation ceremony, the Kano State Grand Khadi Dr Tijjani Yusuf Yakasai said during the training, the Graduands attended courses on Mirath, Sarf, Muamalat, Arabic language and Balagha to further enrich their capacity on adjudication.

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He pointed out that the school was established to provide opportunity for the Judiciary staff to become judges.

Yakasai however stressed that with the coming of Judicial school in the Kano, there is no need to employ judges outside judiciary, noting that the Graduands were Court registrars who already have practical knowledge and basic skills in adjudication.

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He explained that staff from state ministry for justice and hisbah board expressed their interest to attend the training.

” Our neighboring state Jigawa and Yobe states sent the letters requesting for our approval to start sending their staff to the school.

Abubakar Haruna Khalil, Shari’ah Court Chief Registrar,
Chief Registrar, Alhaji Abdullahi Ado Bayero and Hajiya Fatima, State JSC Secretary

” I’m optimistic that with the Calibre and commitments of our teachers, the school will soon expand to neighbouring countries, it will soon rich the international status,”

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The Grand Khadi charged the Graduands to put in practice what they have learnt and discharge their duty with commitments and fear of God.

Mallam Gali Ibrahim Aliyu emerged overall best student. Consquently, Mallam Mansur Garko was the best student in Sarf (Arabic Morphology) Hafizu Hussaini Mikail  best student in Nahw (Arabic Grammar), Abdullahi Ali Garko, Arabic language, Gali Ibrahim Aliyu, Muamalat and Shehu Hashim, Balagha.

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