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Court prohibits governor el-rufa'i demolishing 2000 buildings in kaduna state

 A Kaduna State High Court judge, led by Justice Binta Zubairu, has ordered the arrest of Governor Nasir El-Rufai or any government official in the demolition of more than 2,000 houses in Nisi and Tasu in Chikun Local Government Area of ​​Kaduna State. as reported by the Daily Trust.

 The Daily Trust gathers that the two areas have more than 2,000 homes with more than 10,000 people, 25 churches and 14 schools.

 The Kaduna State Urban Development Authority (KASUPDA) has announced the demolition on 07/02/2020 under the Kaduna State Act and the No.31 Area Planning Act of 2018 for residents.

 The announcement of the demolition signed by KUPDA Executive Director Ismai'l Umaru Dikko, and was posted everywhere affected, said, "It is a statement from the authorities that you have put into an industrial and production system." and an illegal piece of land In accordance with the law of the land without the requisite approval.

 "Your actions violate the law above. Depending on what is the law, you are given 21 days to remove the system and leave the area.

 Failure to comply with the law will be left with no option but to dispose of your property at your expense in accordance with Article 60 (2) of the Municipal Code of Civil Procedures, 2018.

 The community approached the court through a group of lawyers led by Sam Atung Esq and seeking an injunction to stop the government collapsing.

 Justice Binta Zubairu in her wisdom ordered a temporary suspension and withholding the defendant until the case is heard and the adjournment of the notice.

 Barrister Atung told reporters shortly after the March 30 hearing that some of the houses were approved by the appropriate government agencies, stressing that one of the houses in Nisi village was also located. and Residence Certificate.

 Atung issued a statement saying, "The foreclosure order was issued last week February 28, 2020 today, but has been postponed to March 30, 2020," heard Atung.

 Spokesperson for the two communities, Stephen Charles correctly told reporters that Warrant Officer Ndako David (Retired) died shortly after the collapse was announced while an unnamed doctor was lying on the floor. hospital as a result of hypertension. of notification of dissolution.

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Binta Zubairu Ismai'l Umaru Dikko Justice Nasir El-Rufai Nisi


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