BETWEEN JUSTICE KARATU AND GOV BAGUDU, WHERE IS THE TRUTH?

Jonathan Abu On any issue, there are always three sides to it – the ‘truth’ from both sides of the divide and the real truth. For some days now, there has been this hullabaloo about the alleged confirmation and sack of the former Acting Chief Judge of Kebbi State, Justice Elizabeth Asabe Karatu. It has been back and forth on the veracity of what transpired between the former judge, the governor, Atiku Abubakar Bagudu and the Kebbi State House of Assembly. Justice Karatu, no doubt, paid her dues, having served…

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KEBBI GOVERNOR SACKS ACTING CHIEF JUDGE FOR DARING TO PETITION NJC OVER HER NON-CONFIRMATION BECAUSE SHE’S CHRISTIAN

The Kebbi State governor, Atiku Bagudu, has sacked the acting Chief Judge of state, Elizabeth Asabe Karatu, for petitioning the National Judicial Council, NJC, over the governor’s refusal to confirm her as substantive chief judge. In a ceremony held Friday at the Government House, the governor swore-in Justice Sulaiman Ambursa as Mr Karatu’s replacement. Mrs Karatu recently wrote a petition to the NJC alleging that she was denied her rights to confirmation because she is a Christian. In the petition exclusively obtained by DAILY NIGERIAN, the acting chief judge said…

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100 APPLICANTS WHO CAME FOR KEBBI TEACHING APPOINTMENTS HAD FAKE CERTIFICATES

The ongoing recruitment of secondary school  teachers by the Kebbi State Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, has seen more than 100 prospective employees apply for the teaching job with fake certificates.The permanent secretary in the ministry, Hajiya Rafatu Hammani, who confirmed that they seen  over 100 applicants apply for the Kebbi teaching job with fake certificates, said they are working closely with security agencies and educational institutions in their investigation. She said: “We are working closely with security agencies and educational institutions to find out how they got the…

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BOKO HARAM KILLED 42 KEBBI FARMERS GOVERNOR BAGUDU REVEALS

From Olanrewaju Lawal, Birnin Kebbi and Timothy Olanrewaju, Maiduguri Forty-two farmers from Aliero town, Aliero Local Government Area of Kebbi State have reportedly been slaughtered by Boko Haram insurgents in Borno State. Kebbi State Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu who confirmed this, yesterday, when he received World Health Organization (WHO) delegates at Government House on courtesy visit,  said the victims went to Borno State for farming before they met their untimely death. In a separate incident, 16 persons were killed in a suicide bomb attacks in Konduga, about 35 kilometers east…

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