A Federal High Court has affirmed the examination of removed Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II over a claimed N2.2 billion land trick.
Equity Lewis Allagoa on Tuesday excused the major human right suit recorded by the previous Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor against Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, Kano Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission, its executive just as the Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice.
Sanusi will confront new enemy of debasement allegations three months after his affidavit after he surrendered for around six years.
He requested that the court confine the four litigants from researching him on the supposed land racketeering, contending the arranged examination was against his central human right.
In any case, the adjudicator held that the counter unite commission and its administrator had the purview and forces to test Sanusi on the issue.
Equity Lewis had in March conceded an ex parte request recorded by Sanusi to limit the commission from welcoming and examining him on the land matter pending the conference and assurance of the beginning summons.
The counter unite organization had contributed on the beset Sanusi a Right of Occupancy CON-RES-2016-503, which was apparently sold illicitly by the Kano emirate committee to Family Home Fund Limited at the case of Sanusi as the Emir.
The commission guaranteed all the supposed illicit exchanges for the offer of the landed properties at Darmanawa, Hotoro and Bubbugaje having a place with the emirate was finished by the trio of Shehu Dankadai (Sarkin Shanu), Sarki Ibrahim (Makanan Kano) and Mustapha Yahaya (Dan Isan Lapai) in light of the supposed guidance of Sanusi.
The issue of the land racketeering suit came up again after a similar High Court excused charge of misappropriation of about N4.5 billion against the ousted emir.