Court grants Kano government alternative means to serve Ganduje and his family in corruption case

An order for substituted service on the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, in the alleged corruption case running into billions of naira has been granted by Kano State High Court 7 sitting on Miller Road.


Recall that Ganduje, his wife, son and five others have been charged with eight counts bordering on alleged bribery, diversion and misappropriation of funds, among others running into billions of naira. Other parties in the suit are Jibrilla Muhammad, Lamash Properties Ltd, Safari Textiles Ltd and Lesage General Enterprises.


Kano State Government, in the criminal suit filed against the respondents, said it had assembled 15 witnesses to testify against them on the eight-count charge.


Justice Amina Adamu Aliyu on Wednesday, June 5, granted an order for Ganduje, his wife, and others to be served through placement in national dailies with wide circulation.


She then adjourned the case to July 11th for the counsel to address the court on their evidence of appearances and also for continuation of hearing.

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