Matawalle begs judges for cooperation, justice - Banditry

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The Zamfara State Executive Governor, Hon. Bello Mohammed Matawalle has appealed to judges and magistrates handling banditry cases in the State to do justice with utmost sense of patriotism.

Governor Matawalle said that there was no society where peace can reign without justice.

He commended the state Legislative and Judicial arms for maintaining good working relationship with the executive, especially in the state government’s fight against banditry.

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The Governor made the commendation while hosting the two arms of government to a Ramadan fast break at his residence, in Gusau the State capital.

He expressed satisfaction over the way the legislators and members of the judiciary support government policies and programmes, especially in the fight against armed banditry and other criminalities in the state.

The Governor further stated that a lot of successes have been recorded by his administration as a result of their support and cooperation, especially over matters that have direct bearing on the people of the State.

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“Many laws were made by the State House of Assembly which have benefited citizens of the State, likewise, the judiciary has been working effectively,” he said.

He appealed to the two bodies to sustain their position of patriotism and selfless service to move the state forward.

The Governor told the judicial staff that his administration had already procured brand new vehicles that will be given to Magistrates and Shariah Court judges.

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Speaking on bahalf of the two arms of government, Speaker, Zamfara State House of Assembly, Hon. Nasiru Maazu Magarya, commended the Governor for cooperating with them on all matters of State for the purpose of having a united and developed Zamfara State.

Magarya further noted that the legislature and judiciary in the state receive full support from the Executive arm under Governor Matawalle and without any interference.

He assured of their continued support and cooperation to all government policies and programmes that will benefit the State, especially in the fight against banditry in the state.

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Magarya also thanked the governor for hosting them to the Ramadan fast break and prayed Almighty Allah to reward him abundantly.

Those in attendance included the State Chief Judge, Justice Kulu Aliyu, Hon. Grand Khadi, Dahiru Mohammed, all members of the state House of Assembly, Justices of the state High Court, Khadis of the Shariah Court of appeal, Magistrates, and Shariah Court judges.

They were received at the Governor’s residence by the State PDP chairman, Alhaji Tukur Danfulani, Secretary to the State Government, Alhaji Bala Bello Maru, Head of Service, Alhaji Kabiru Balarabe, Chief of Staff Government House, Col Bala Mande rtd, Deputy Chief of Staff Dr. Bashir Mohammed Maru, Commissioners of Information and Special Duties, Ibrahim Magaji Dosara and Muhammadu Maiturare Saddiq, respectively, among others.

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