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Court restrains Kano government from borrowing N10bn for CCTV cameras

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Kano State Authorities has been restrained by a Federal Excessive Courtroom sitting in Kano and presided over by Justice Abdullahi Muhammad Liman, from borrowing N10 billion for the set up of CCTV cameras.

 

Justice Liman gave the order after Kano First Discussion board (KFF), filed a movement exparte dated June 27, and sworn to by the Director-Normal of the Affiliation, Dr Yusuf Isyaka-Rabiu.

 

The group by means of its lawyer, Barr. Badamasi Suleiman-Gandu, requested the courtroom to restrain the Governor of Kano from borrowing a N10 billion mortgage on grounds of non-compliance with guidelines and rules governing mortgage transactions.

 

Within the lawsuit which has Governor of Kano State; the Legal professional Normal of Kano State; the Commissioner of Finance, Kano; and the Speaker, Kano State Home of Meeting as respondents, the group additionally accused the state authorities of not complying with the Division Administration Workplace Institution Act 2003, Fiscal Accountability Act 2007 and Legal guidelines of Kano State 1968.

 

Different respondents within the go well with are Entry Financial institution, the Federal Ministry of Finance, Debt Administration Workplace and Fiscal Accountability Fee.

 

Asides restraining the state authorities from borrowing the cash, Justice Liman additionally ordered the plaintiff to serve the Federal Ministry of Finance, Debt Administration Workplace and Fiscal Accountability Fee with the order and originating summons.

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