The complainant, Musa, told the court that he gave Muhammed one bag of rice on credit to resell.
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The Judge, Malam Murtala Nasir, also ordered the teacher to pay N8,500 to the nominal complainant, Muhammad, as compensation to defray her medical bill after he assaulted her.
The Judge, Murtala Nasir, had earlier ordered Abdullahi to provide for his family.
Yakubu, in his petition, said that he raised an alarm on the issue of paternity before the baby was born but the defendant kept saying the child was his.
The judge, Bello Khalid, who ordered the remand of the defendant after pleading guilty to the charge, adjourned the case until Sept.10, for sentencing.
The judge, Nuhu Falalu, said: “Lack of affection from Maiwada prompted his wife to seek divorce.”
The Presiding Judge, Malam Ibrahim Sarki-Yola, fixed Sept. 2 for ruling after listing to arguments by the counsel, on whether a new charge should be read to Nasiru-Kabara or not.
Delivering a ruling, the Judge, Salisu Abubakar-Tureta, granted the prayer of Mariya Zhulyadaini for divorce from Jamilu Hassan.
The defendant pleaded guilty to the offence when he was arraigned before the court on Wednesday.
The complainant, a resident of Rigasa area, also prayed the court to caution her husband against being irresponsible, and to provide food, good shelter and clothing for her and their children.
The judge, Murtala Nasir, gave the order in a ruling after Umar prayed court to compel his wife to return to her matrimonial home.
Mustafa, made the demand after his wife prayed a Shari’a court sitting in Magajin Gari, Kaduna to dissolve their 10-year-old union through Khul’i, a process where a wife returns dowry to her husband to be free from the marriage.
Delivering judgment, the Judge, Nuhu Falalu also ordered Bawale to return the N20, 000 bride price she received from Musa.
The Judge, Dr Bello Khalid gave the order after Abdullahi pleaded guilty to criminal trespass and theft.
The complainant said she lent N75,000 when they were married and he paid back N5,000 only.
The police charged Hamza Aliyu, Abba Haruna, Yusuf Hashim, Ismail Adamu, Salisu Aliyu, Abdulaziz Rabiu and Abba Sani, who all reside within Kaduna metropolis, with pick-pocketing and stealing around the market.
Abdulkareem, who resides in Mahuta, Kaduna, in his petition, said his wife also loses her memory whenever she was close to giving birth.
Bauchi state CAN had called for the creation of Ecclesiastical courts for Christians, like the Sharia court for Muslims, saying that it will ensure that disputes among clerics and even Christians are resolved amicably.
The governor made the pledge in Bauchi during the swearing-in ceremony of the newly appointed acting Chief Judge (Grand Kadi) of Bauchi State Sharia Court, Mohammed Abubakar.
Hamza, who resides at Down Quarters in Kaduna, pleaded guilty to the offence.