Judgement Execution: KNSG Closes Abduljabbar’s Mosques, School ….. Transfers 189 Books to State Library

Written by Pyramid FM Kano

By: Mustapha Gambo Muhammad

The Kano State Government has executed the consequential orders earlier issued by Upper Sharia Court Judge, City Number One in its judgement delivered against Kano Cleric, Sheikh Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara who was convicted to death by hanging for committing blasphemy against Noble Prophet Muhammad, (PBUH).

Recalls that the Trial Judge, Mallam Ibrahim Sarki Yola while delivering the judgement on 15th December 2022 said the consequential order was necessary to further prevent the circulation of blasphemous utterances.

Our judicial Correspondent gathered that the Deputy Sheriff of Kano State High Court has executed the judgement yesterday.

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When our Reporter visited Ashabul Kahfi Mosque, located at Filin Mushe Gwale LGA, and Jamiurrasul Mosque at Sabuwar Gandu in Kano Metropolis on Saturday, observed that the two mosques and school, belonging to the convict, sealed, locked under the guard of armed security personnel.

Our judicial Correspondent similarly gathered that all the 189 books tendered by Sheikh Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara during the trial were consficated and transferred to the Kano state library as ordered by the court.

Recently in a chat with Journalists, the Kano State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice Barrister Musa Abdullahi Lawan warned public against flouting the court order, stressing that anybody found violating the order of the court will be arrested and accordingly prosecuted.

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The court also banned broadcasting or circulating of the Cleric’s teaching and preachings in all the social media Platforms including Radio stations in Kano.

The Judge upheld that the decision was to curtail spreading of blasphemous statement in society.

“The convict use his two mosques and school to propagate his ideas, he open his books to commit the utterances”. The court stated.

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