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  • News - North West - Kano
  • Updated: November 19, 2023

Our country is falling into judicial banditry – Kano residents

Our country is falling into judicial banditry – Kano resid

Following Friday's Court of Appeal ruling on the Kano gubernatorial dispute, some residents in the state described the sacking of Abba Kabir Yusuf as judicial banditry.

Some of them who spoke to AllNews said they have lost faith in the country's judicial system "because everybody saw us come out to vote."

One businessman said "We are not going to fight or kill one another, but we will not vote again."

Some even burnt their voter's card, saying "It does not count."

The air was sad sober for most who are beginning to lose faith that the Supreme court's ruling will be any different.

"They just want to rob us of our choice. Look at Kawo road, it was in a terrible situation for over 8 years, but their APC administration did nothing."

"Look at it now, no bumps, it is almost complete," one lady bitterly complained.

Another, Musbahu said "They are just doing this to us because of Ganduje feud with Kwankwaso, but they know we did but vote for them."

Another Muhammad said "If this injustice is confirmed, there will be no point taking any offenders to court, all the ruling just depends on how much you have to give. This is just robbing the people."

But Muhammad was enthusiastic, he thinks the Supreme Court could do Justice, which according to him is "respecting people's choice."

 

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