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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
It may soon be the turn of the Katsina State [northern Nigeria] Governor Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar'Adua and his deputy, Alhaji Ahmed Jikamshi, to appear before a Shari'ah [Islamic] court over anti-Islamic conduct.
A businessman and Islamic leader, Alhaji Sabo Musa Hassan, has filed a suit against the duo over their lingering feud, which the complainant claimed, had impacted negatively on the fortunes of the state.
Speaking to journalists yesterday after filing the suit, Hassan said the court had fixed hearing for 16 September. Reading from a letter, which he claimed to have sent to the …