Oct 18, 2021

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Court Sacks Prominent Northern Emir Days after Appointment

  • Shortly after receiving an appointment letter, Mohammed Barau Kontagora stopped presenting himself as the 7th Sarkin Sudan from Kontagora
  • The order was received by the Niger State Supreme Court after hearing an ex parte motion brought to court by 15 other aspirants to the throne
  • The state government was also banned from presenting the staff of the Office to Barau Kontagora until the hearing and decision of the lawsuit filed by the other applicants

Minna, Niger State – A Supreme Court in the state of Niger on Tuesday October 12th ordered Mohammed Barau Kontagora not to present himself more than 7th Sarkin Sudan from Kontagora.

The presiding judge, Justice Ab dullahi Mikailu, prevented the first defendant, Mohammed Barau Kontagora, from presenting himself as the 7th i>

The court ruled:

“An injunction is hereby issued and issued to all defendants / defendants, their agents, secretaries and / or any other person with whom Whatever names acting on behalf of the authorities or persons who claim and / or present or present or install the first accused by holding a staff as the 7th Sarkin Sudan from Kontagora until the hearing and decision of the plaintiffs / applicants present ‘Request for notice dated and filed on 11/10/2022. “

The plaintiffs’ attorney, WY Mamman Esq, had asked the court to prevent the Barau from becoming himself present as 7th emir.

The Punch reported that di e other 15 candidates ch the selection process that resulted in Barau Kontagora as the new Emir of Kontagora.

The case was postponed to Wednesday October 20th.

< h2> Barau Kontagora receives letter of appointment

A letter of appointment was presented to Barau Kontagora prior to the court order.

The presentation took place in the government building in Minna.

Governor Abubakar Sani Bello, represented by Commissioner for Local Government, Community Development and Chief Affairs, Emmanuel Umar, had asked the new emir to take everyone with him to ensure peace Coexistence, which he said was necessary for the growth and development of the emirate.