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2 remanded for buying stolen cows

Kano State Sharia Court sitting in Kwana Hudu has remanded two people, Ali Idris and Halifa Ibrahim, for allegedly buying two cows worth N2 million…

Kano State Sharia Court sitting in Kwana Hudu has remanded two people, Ali Idris and Halifa Ibrahim, for allegedly buying two cows worth N2 million that were suspected to be stolen from some people.

The duo are standing trial on a count charge of conspiracy in buying stolen items from some people.

They are accused of buying two cows from people unknown to them in the popular Kano State Abattoir located in the state metropolis.

After buying the cows, they were later discovered to have been stolen from some villages.

When the charges were read against them, the duo pleaded guilty.

However, they told the court that they didn’t know that the cows were stolen.

The court, presided over by Malam Nura Yusuf Ahmad, ordered that they should be remanded in prison and adjourned the matter until August 15th, 2023 for further mention.

 

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