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Friday, 23 June 2017

Court stops El-Rufai from sacking 4,766 District and Village Heads in the State

A Kaduna State High Court ‎in Kafanchan has granted an interim injunction preventing Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai and the state from sacking over 4,766 District and Village Heads across the state.

El-Rufai’s government had looked into 77 districts and 1,429 village units that existed before 2001 and automatically sacked all the 313 district heads and 4,453 village heads appointed after year 2001 by the administration of former Governor of the state, Gov. Ahmed Mohammed Makarfi.

The High Court’s interim injunction also stopped Kaduna State House of Assembly, Kaduna Ministry of Local Government Affairs, Jaafaru Ibrahim Sani,  Adara traditional council, Gbagyi traditional council and Attorney General of Kaduna State, either by themselves or through their agents, servants and privies from acting on the directives contained in the letter of the 3rd defendants to the 5th and 6th defendants dated the 12th June, 2017 wherein the 1st, 3rd and 4th defendants/Respondents directed the 5th and 6th Defendants among others to take steps to fill the offices of District and Village Heads within their domains pending the hearing and determination of Motion on Notice.


Source: The Nation

9 comments:

RareSpecie Z said...

Hmm.
dis man stubborn Sha.

Vivian Reginalds said...

always looking for who to throw out!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

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Fergie said...

why is el-rufai fighting against the same people that voted him

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into the governor position? doesn't he know that there is going to be another election in 2019 where he would need them?

Anonymous said...

If the government pays for district and village heads then he can sack them.

Anonymous said...

And that's why corruption will continue in Nigeria. When you can't fire civil/ public servants. Knowing this, they behave any how, go to work whenever and yet tell you to pay for a service they are being paid to do. It's just crazy. If Nigeria must grow, ministries must be privatised. You can't work any how in the bank or in an Alhaji me&u company and don't get query for irresponsibility

daniel ubong said...

Sometimes it wonder what is disturbing this man.

CHERYL (aka FROM GLORY to GLORY) said...

Heartless man

Long live LIB

Anonymous said...

When you vividly look into El-Rufai's eyes you could see his mind playing TRICKS on HIM.

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