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Kano: Karaye emirate suspends village head for selling land to Fulani herdsmen to build mosque




The village head of Butu-Butu in Rimingado Native Authorities, LGA, Kano State, Abubakar Sa’adu, has been suspended by the Karaye emirate for promoting land to Fulani herdsmen.

Ibrahim Abubakar is the Emir of Karaye, one of many 4 new emirates created by Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje.

This was contained in a press release by Haruna Muhammad Gunduwawa, the spokesperson of the emirate.

“The Fulani migrants constructed a mosque on the land with out following the due course of which ignites battle with the host group,” the assertion reads.

The assertion added that whereas the suspension lasts, a correct investigation might be carried out by a committee arrange by the emirate to look into the allegations towards the normal ruler.

“The District Head of Rimingado, Auwalu Ahmad Tukur (Magajin Rafin Karaye) had earlier written a petition to the Emir of Karaye, Ibrahim Abubakar II reporting the wrongdoing of the village head.”

“The village head was cautioned by each the District Head workplace and Rimin Gado native authorities council on promoting the land.”

In the meantime, the emirate has deployed Habibu Umar, the Madakin Shamaki, to supervise the affairs of the village pending the end result of the investigation.

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