FUDMA University expels 6 students accused of killing Abubakar Barda and hands them over to security agents
The Federal Government FUDMA University in Dutsin-ma town, Katsina State has released to a judge the names of six (6) students accused of killing one of the university’s students, Abubakar Nasir Barda’s student.
A statement issued by the university was signed by the university’s acting director of security, Abdulkarim Yahaya.
Persons suspected of committing this crime include:
1. Michael Yahaya, 18 years old, from Nasarawa State.
2. Sulieman Kabir Tafida, 20 years old, from Kaduna State.
3. Muhammad Rabi’u Muhammad 20 years old, from Kogi State.
4. Muhammad Yusuf Okoh, 18 years old, from Nasarawa State.
5. Muhammad Yusuf M. 18 years old from Nasarawa State, and
6. Alloysious Peace Michael, 17, from Kaduna State.
A report obtained by Katsina journalists revealed that the school management has expelled six students for allegedly killing Abubakar Barda, a second-year student of the school. The students involved in the attack have been handed over to security force. They should be punished after investigation.
The 36th Federal Municipal High Court in Garki District, Abuja, has returned the properties of former Accountant-General, Alhaji Ahmed Idris to him.
All the orders were submitted to the EFCC by Justice M.A Hassan of the Federal Municipal High Court, 36 Garki Block, Abuja, last Thursday, September 28. The order, which has interim powers over some 15 properties submitted to the court by the EFCC agency since December 13 last year, alleges that the former account is owned by national Alhaji Ahmed Idris, whom the agency suspects was stolen in her absence circumstances were discovered.
Some of the high-profile properties contained in the order that the court is now relying on include the Verified Goods Market in Gezawa town, the AL-IKHLAS store in the Mandawali area opposite Daneji in Kano city, and the big house that looks like For example, the Royal Palace opposite AL-IKHLAS store in Daneji area, and other restaurants in Kano and Abuja cities.
High Court M.A. Hassan carefully analyzed the plea filed by Gezawa Commodity Market lawyers and their former accountant Ahmed Idris, particularly the plea filed by the former accountant’s brother, Alhaji Balarabe Idris. Rather than him and his other brothers through their lawyer Aminu Hussaini Sagagi better known as A.H SAGAGI, some of the important assets that the court had previously placed in the interim custody of the EFCC belong to the family of the late Alhaji Hussaini Shitu Danejine namely the brothers and sisters father; until now these properties were shortened and managed centrally.
Ultimately, the Court was satisfied with the evidence presented by A.H SAGAGI’s lawyers and drew its attention to the legal provisions relating to the alleged property and to the judgments of the High Court on such matters. All the orders she had given in the past were also given to those in authority and all their property.
Security issues plaguing northern regions must be resolved within a week
From the “Northern Media Writers” group
The Union of Northern Writers on social media ‘Arewa Media Writers’ led by National Chairman Haidar Hasheem Kano has given the federal government and governors one week to end the insecurity plaguing the Northern Region question.
The members of “Arewa Media Writers” and its leaders are very concerned about the situation in areas suffering from security problems, so we call for an end to security problems, otherwise we should hold protests against this situation. I will look after the government and the Northern Territory on social media.
The “Northern Media Writers” group cannot just watch this situation continue and must ensure the security of the northern region within a week.
We call on the president and the northern governors, northern parliamentarians and senators to know that we did not elect them so that they can go to bed, collect their wages and eat what they want, and they have failed to do that. Do anything that affects us.
We must secure the north, we must eliminate bandits, we must eliminate kidnappers, bandits and villains.
The unions and the Nigerian government discussed the issues yesterday Sunday.
Yesterday, Sunday, the Nigerian government held a special meeting with leaders of the national trade unions, NLC and TUC to discuss measures to be taken to resolve the dispute over the removal of fuel subsidies.
Workers plan to go on strike tomorrow, Tuesday, as the country celebrates its 63rd anniversary of independence.
However, at a meeting chaired by Chief of Staff to the President of Nigeria, Femi Gbajabiamila, important issues were discussed with labor leaders to find solutions.
Among the issues discussed were the approval of an additional temporary salary of N35,000 for workers, the fast-track production of cars that run on natural gas to ease traffic problems and the removal of fuel subsidies.
Another commitment by the government is to provide funding for small-scale industries and to abolish the value-added tax on gas within six months and to distribute a subsidy of 75,000 naira to 15 million households within three months. Twenty-five thousand naira per month.
At meetings of labor and government leaders, it was agreed that all of these policies could not be implemented while workers were on strike, so until they broke and withdrew the strike they wanted. go.
In addition, the leader of the Labor Party requested a review of the increase of 25,000 naira, so the government representatives present at the meeting stated that they would once again submit a review request to President Tinubu.
The federal government will start paying monthly subsidies of 25,000 naira to 15 million households for three months, from October to December 2023.
Both sides agreed that a subcommittee would be set up to ensure that the agreement reached is implemented, while the NLC and TUC organizations will work with their members today, Monday, to study the proposals put forward to them by the federal government, all of which they will announce the decision they have made today.
Others attending the meeting on behalf of the Nigerian government included Finance Minister and Economic Affairs Minister Wale Edun, Information and Publicity Minister Mohammed Idris, Labor Minister Simon Lalong, Junior Minister of Labor Nkeiruka Onyejeocha and Minister of Budget and Economic Planning Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, Minister of Relief and Anti-Poverty Betta Edu, Minister of Trade, Industry and Investment Doris Uzoka-Anite and the Federal Office Director Dr. Folasad Yemi-Esan and Presidential Adviser on Security Affairs Mallam Nuhu Ribadu.
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