Land scam: We respect court order – Kano anti-graft agency
The Kano State Public Complaints and Anti- Corruption Commission (PCACC) says it will respect the court order to maintain status quo over its investigation of alleged sale of land belonging to the Kano Emirate Council.
The Chairman of the commission, Mr Muhuyi Magaji, stated this at a news conference on Saturday in Kano.
Magaji said the commission had already complied with the court order restraining the parties to the case from further action on the land.
The consolidated case order before the state High Court is cited as: Suit No. K/215/2021, and dated March 31 and April 1.
He recalled that the commission received a petition from the Dorayi Development Association over the alleged sale of the 24 hectares of land at Gandun Sarki in Dorayi quarters, Gwale Local Government Area of the state.
Consequently, the chairman explained that the agency began investigating the alleged sale of 24 hectres of land, comprising eight hectares…