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[ Masterweb Reports: Yusha’u A. Ibrahim reports ] - For Tahir Ibn Muhammad, the popular proverb ‘99 days for the thief, one for the owner’ applies. Popularly known as Barrister Easy Kurna, he is a fake lawyer who has been practicing the profession in Kano State for over six years before he was exposed by another lawyer, Barrister Abba Mahmud Salisu on March 13, 2017.
 
Both Salisu and Easy, Daily Trust gathered, were attending a court session at Kurna Shari’ah court in Dala Local Government Area (LGA) of Kano State when the former, who has been monitoring the latter, blew the whistle. 
 
Trouble started when Salisu, a resident of Kurnar Asabe in Fagge LGA where the fake lawyer was residing whispered to some senior colleagues present in the court that Barrister Easy Kurna was not a genuine lawyer.
 
Consequently, one of the senior lawyers summoned courage and jokingly confronted the fake lawyer with some questions regarding the legal profession which Easy Kurna failed. Dissatisfied with his response, the senior lawyer returned to his seat and informed his colleagues that he also doubted the man was a lawyer.
 
Following the development, the whistle blower took the risk of informing the court. He simply stood up and sought the permission of the presiding Shari’ah court to speak. When the judge granted him permission, Salisu told the court that Barrister Easy Kurna was not a genuine lawyer and that he wanted the court to further investigate the matter.
 
Consequently, the judge, therefore, directed the fake lawyer to borrow a leaf from the whistle blower by standing up before the court to clear his name on the allegation. In his testimony, Kurna admitted that he was a fake lawyer, but pleaded with the court for leniency.
 
The judge, therefore, ordered for his immediate arrest and directed the police to liaise with the Kano state chapter of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) to further investigate the matter. The fake lawyer was first detained in the court’s cell for some hours before he was taken to Kurmawa Central Prison where he was remanded for four days.
 
On Friday March 17, the fake legal practitioner was arraigned before a Magistrate court sitting at Malam Aminu Kano International Airport Kano for one-count charge of impersonation, an offence contrary to section 179 of the Penal Code Law.
 
It was like a movie scene when Kurna, who had two pending cases before the court was called to the dock. Many court officials, including the magistrate, were stunned when they saw him marching towards the box. 
 
When the charge sheet was read to him, the fake lawyer pleaded guilty of the offense, therefore, his counsel, Barrister Abbas Rabi’u pleaded with the court to temper justice with mercy. In view of his admission, the Presiding Magistrate, Talatu Makama sentenced him to two years without an option of fine. 
 
Speaking to Daily Trust, Barrister Salisu said he discovered the fake lawyer through his behavior, which he said was not in conformity with that of trained lawyers.
 
“We lawyers have a peculiar behavior, in the way we conduct ourselves in court and how we relate with other people, especially those who do not belong to our profession. I have been following the conduct of Barrister Easy Kurna for a very long time without telling anybody because it occured to me that he is not a genuine lawyer.
 
“The way he dresses, the way he presents cases in the court, his conduct and the way he relates with other people differs from the way a trained lawyer should behave. Fortunately for me, we reside I the same community, so I kept on monitoring his activities and each time we met, he will do something that would cast doubt in my mind about his authenticity as a lawyer.”   
 
Barrister Salisu said one of the characteristics of fake lawyers is that they don’t go into the rigorous proceedings of the legal profession when they appear before the court. “For instance, they will never cross-examine in the court because they never allow their cases reach that stage. Rather, they always prefer settlement out of court and once they settle the warring parties in the case and collect what they have charged their clients, you will never see them in the court again until they get another case,” he explained, adding that they only entertain cases that involve rural dwellers and capitalize on their ignorance. 
 
Before he exposed the fake lawyer, Barrister Salisu said a senior colleague had asked  Kurna about the law school he had attended and the response he gave was that he attended Zaria law school in Kaduna State. There was no such school in Zaria.
 
Salisu said being the person that exposed the fake lawyer, the secretary of the Nigeria Bar Association, Kano State chapter, assigned him to follow up the case on behalf of the association. He added that they were taken to the Bachirawa police station where they gave their statements.
 
Findings at the Bachirawa Police Division indicated that even the Divisional Crime Officer (DCO) that handled the case has known the fake lawyer as a legal practitioner for almost four years.
 
However, Daily Trust gathered that although the fake lawyer had appeared before both Kurna Shari’ah court and Magistrate court at Malam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA) on several occasions, he had never won a single case. 
   
A Kano based private legal practitioner, Barrister Ali A. Jamilu, who spoke to our correspondent, described the development as unfortunate to every right-thinking legal practitioner who has gone through the hurdles of studies for five years, only for someone who has not gone through all these to present himself as a lawyer.
 
“This is morally, ethically and spiritually wrong. And whatever such a person collected from his unexpected clients is ill-gotten wealth, because it is obtained illegally. Such person should be dealt with decisively,” he opined.
 
When contacted, the State Chairman, Kano State Chapter of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Barrister Ibrahim Mukhtar, said the association is receiving complaints about the activities of fake lawyers in the state. He said the case of Barrister Easy Kurna was not the first reported to the association, noting that a similar case involving a popular fake lawyer called Kantoma is currently before a Chief Magistrate court at No Man’s Land. The man was exposed by a policeman at Police Headquarters, Kano. 
 
“There was another case of impersonation that was taken to Chief Magistrate Kabara, who convicted the accused persons but because he gave him an option of fine, I think the man paid the fine instead of serving his jail term. So, we have such cases in Kano but we are doing our best to stop the trend because it is tarnishing our image and the profession as well,” he said.
 
Mukhtar explained that some of the fake lawyers had little background of the legal profession. Some of them had obtained diploma in law while others worked in the judiciary for many years. They mostly operate in the Shari’ah courts where proceedings are being conducted in the vernacular language and in some few occasions in the magistrate courts. 
 
“You know it would be difficult to determine the competency of a professional lawyer in such courts and that is why these lawyers always approach these courts with their cases so that they can scale through unchallenged,” he noted.
 
Barrister Mukhtar added that the association is currently handling an impersonation case involving a fake lawyer that spent over 20 years in practice. “We are investigating the matter and as soon we are through, we will make it known to the public because we will not just fold our hands and watch a few bad eggs among us tarnish our image. The association will not hesitate to take necessary action on whoever is found guilty of impersonation under the umbrella of the legal profession in the state,” he said.
 
The chairman further said the association would continue to sensitize the general public about the activities of fake lawyers, and appeal to them to help the association with useful information that would help fish out fake lawyers. 
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Anthony Akinola reports ] - Being the folk hero that he is, there was wild jubilation in some parts of the country following the return of President Muhammadu Buhari from his “medical vacation” in the United Kingdom, not least because of the uncertainties surrounding his health.  Had he been dead, as rumour mongers had said, there might equally have been wild anger directed at the “affiliates” of those perceived to be overjoyed by such a death.  We have a history of uncontrollable anger and recriminations following the deaths of notables: Adegoke Adelabu in 1958; Ahmadu Bello and Tafawa Ballewa in 1966; and Moshood Abiola in 1998.  There is hardly any doubt that ours is still one delicate society where the unguarded utterances of some could pose grave danger to the lives of innocent individuals.
 
In all honesty, the Muhammadu Buhari administration has not been the failure his detractors would want to make of it.  Buhari does not deserve a death wish!  There might have been hunger in the land but this has been the result of many decades of careless planning.  An over-dependence on oil means our economic fortunes will continue to fluctuate as oil prices fluctuate on the world markets.  There can be no quick fix to the economy, diversification is the answer.  We must return to the farms and start tending again the oil palm and cocoa trees, as well as growing our own foods.
 
The Buhari administration has done reasonably well in curtailing the nuisance of the Boko Haram sect, scoring a high pass mark in the area of national security. However, the menace of Boko Haram still continues on a daily basis, suggesting there is still more to be done before we can assume or conclude that peace has returned completely to the North East.
 
It would also seem that the Niger Delta region has known relative peace in recent weeks.  Hostilities would appear to have ceased in the region.  Something President Buhari must now acknowledge and appreciate is that dialogue and persuasion are the essential and most potent tools in achieving peace and understanding in a divided society.  The use of force comes in as a last resort.  Professor Yemi Osibanjo, as Acting President, did very well in lessening the tension in our polity and has been rightly praised by a grateful boss for doing a very good job.
 

The same dialogue and persuasion can also be extended to the pro-Biafra activists.  The disintegration of Nigeria cannot be in the best interests of the Igbo, as separatist elements among them would want to assume it is.  More than any other ethnic group in the Nigerian federation, the Igbo have contributed greatly to the demographic integration of society.  The Igbo population is second in size to the indigenous population of every other region outside the South East.  This demographic reality of the Nigerian state makes the “clamour” for Biafra an ill-considered adventure.  However, President Buhari must continue to emphasise what unites us in Nigeria, as well as fighting the negative impacts of what divides us.   He is President of all, regardless of the pattern of voting in the 2015 elections.    

 

The Buhari Administration, so far, deserves commendation in its efforts to reduce corruption in our society.  The fight against corruption could not have been the easiest of fights, being a fight against a very tiny but powerful minority.  Many had assumed that Muhammadu Buhari would be dumping the thieves of our patrimony in prison as he did during his authoritarian regime of December 1983 to August 1985.  The truth of the matter is that we are now in a democracy of some sort, and Buhari does share power with those who might not buy into his enthusiasm about the fight against corruption.  He would need to persuade these corruption-enthusiasts that it is in our collective and long term interest that Nigeria is corruption -free.  He would also need to garner the support and goodwill of ordinary Nigerians by the honesty and fairness of his approach.
 
Didn’t it make world headline news that a Nigerian had stashed away 9.8 million dollars in an uncompleted building?  With corruption so widespread among the privileged elite, one didn’t need to wonder why some had wished Buhari dead.  However, his “resurrection” and a future transformation of our anti-corruption agencies into powerful and viable institutions could mean that the pests destroying our economy would be successfully fumigated!
 
Anthony Akinola reports from Abuja.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

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Mr. Ahmadu, a major general, said the event was slated for March 27 to 31 at the former stronghold of the terrorist Boko Haram sect.
 
He said the championship was part of the training activities of the Nigerian Army aimed at sharpening the marksmanship of its personnel.
 
“The Nigerian Army Small Arms Championship otherwise known as NASAC is part of the training activities scheduled for 2017.
 
“It is a championship among the formations of the Nigerian Army, the objective of the event is to sharpen the marksmanship skills of the army personnel,’’ Mr. Ahmadu said.
 
He said, “All formations of the Nigerian Army will be competing with the best carting away the prestigious Chief of Army Staff trophy.’’
 
Mr. Ahmadu said the championship was aimed at consolidating on the total defeat and routing out of Boko Haram terrorists from their operational headquarters in camp zero in Sambisa forest.
 
“Furthermore, the championship will also mark the commencement of the ongoing plan to move speedily and make the Sambisa forest general area safe for habitation.
 
“It is also to make the place an area for the Nigerian Army training activities,’’ he said.
 
Mr. Ahmadu said: “To this end provisions had already been made for the reopening of more roads, construction of culverts and bridges by army engineers to facilitate easy movement to the general area.
 
“There is no gainsaying that the championship is set to another epoch making event that will further emphasise the Nigerian Army efforts and resolve in meeting its constitutional role of defending the territorial integrity of the nation,’’ he said. (NAN)
 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to declare open this year’s Nigerian Army Small Arms Championship in Sambisa forest in Borno. David Ahmadu, the Chief of Training and Operations, Nigerian Army headquarters, disclosed this at a news conference on the championship in Maiduguri on Friday.

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[ Masterweb Reports ] - The Naira on Thursday was sold at N400 to a dollar at the parallel Market, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports. The Nigerian currency gained N10 to close at N400, from N410 posted on Wednesday, while the Pound Sterling and the Euro traded at N500 and N430 respectively.
At the Bureau De Change (BDC) window, the Naira closed at N400, while the Pound Sterling and the Euro traded at N530 and N465 respectively.

Trading at the interbank market saw the Naira weaker at N308.00 from N307.75 recorded on Wednesday.

Currency traders expressed the hope that the continuous appreciation of the Naira would affect the economy positively.

Meanwhile, the Association of Bureau De Change Operators of Nigeria (ABCON) has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to loosen its policies on foreign direct inflow and Diaspora remittances as part of efforts at rate convergence.

ABCON President, Alhaji Aminu Gwadabe said that recent development in the FOREX market had made it important for the CBN to review the rate at which it sells FOREX to BDCs.

Gwadabe explained that a fair playing ground for all operators at the FOREX market was needed for the CBN to achieve its goal for rate convergence at the market. (NAN)
 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari is fulfilling his campaign promises to Nigerians, particularly in stimulating the economy for job creation, anti-corruption campaign and security of lives and property, media aide, Femi Adesina has said.
 
Adesina, who is the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, said this while addressing a delegation of Northern Youths Initiative for Peace and Good Governance on Tuesday in Abuja.
 
The presidential aide urged Nigerians to keep faith with the current administration’s commitment to take “Nigeria to the Promised Land.”
 
“I am glad that majority of Nigerians are still with President Buhari.
 
“The excitement and jubilation around the country that greeted his return to Nigeria recently is a clear testimony of the love, confidence and belief which Nigerians have in his leadership.
 
“We are witnessing a positive turn around in the economy, agriculture, the fight against corruption, job creation and I am very confident that President Buhari will lead Nigeria to the Promised Land before the mandate given to him by Nigerians lapses in 2019.’’
 
He said he was motivated to serve in government because of the personality and integrity of the President.
 
In his remarks, the President of the Northern Youths Initiative, Comrade Muhammadu Abubakar, described Adesina as an exemplary leader.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari (Left); Femi Adesina (Right).

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[ Masterweb Reports: Samson Atekojo Usman reports ] - Senate on Wednesday has approved the sum of $500million eurobond meant to finance 2016 budget deficit. The approval was after two hours closed door session. Moving the motion, Deputy Senate Leader, Bala Ibn N’allah explained that time was against the 2016 budget, adding that it would be disastrous for nation for any delay.
 
He urged the Senate to set aside processes that will make it possible for prompt approval.
 
In response, Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio while seconding the motion, said: “despite the lack of consultation, I wish to second the motion to enable the Committee of the whole consider the request”
 
Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu who presided over the Committee put a vote and it was immediately approved.
 
Meanwhile, the approval would enable President Muhammadu Buhari to source the amount from the Capital Market.
 
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