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Kano State Assembly finally "bows under pressure," exposes Governor Ganduje's probe -Nigerian

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According to a report by TheCable, the Kano State House of Assembly has stopped investigating allegations that Abdullahi Ganduje, the governor of the state, has been collecting bribes from contractors.

This is consistent with a court order. A group known in Nigeria as Lawyers for Sustainable Democracy had asked the court to force the assembly to close the investigation.

The verdict of a former Muhammad Zubair, a national coordinator of the group, the judge A. T. Badamasi, had called on the legislature to suspend the investigation.

However, the assembly vowed not to comply with the order.

Baffa Dan-Agundi, chairman of the investigative committee, said the court order did not prevent the jury from continuing the investigation.

"We have received a court order that we should stop investigating the video clips showing Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje allegedly collecting bribes." he said.

"Today we had a meeting at the congregation and according to our understanding; the court did not stop us from investigating the allegations; the court only upheld the status quo. That's why we will continue our work. "

However, Dan-Agundi turned around on Monday and told the court that the assembly was a law-abiding government apparatus. Therefore, she will obey the court and suspend any investigation in this case until the court verdict.

While postponing the hearing until Wednesday, Badamasi called on the committee to speak of inviting, questioning, questioning, and investigating people who are related to the problem.

He instructed the Investigation Committee to stop any analysis of the bribe videos.

The committee had invited Ganduje, who did not show up, but sent one of his commissioners and Jafar Jafar, publisher of Daily Nigerian, the online platform that leaked the videos.

One of the contractors who had made the allegations against the governor had also agreed to the statement at the meeting.

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