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Adamawa: Gov. Bindow’s Brother Accuse Him Of Trying To Use Position To Claim Family Inheritance

NEWISSUES, Abuja

The brother of the Governor of Adamawa State, Mustapha Umaru Jibrilla, is accusing his governor brother, Bindow Jibrilla, of trying to cheat the family out of inheritance left for the family by their late father. Mr. Mustapha Umaru Jibrilla told NEWISSUES that the governor want to use his position as governor to take properties his left after his demise on 23rd April, 2011.

He claimed he is representing all the other members of the family which includes four surviving wives of his father, sixteen male children (with the exception of Mohammed Umaru Bindow) and twelve surviving daughters. He wants the properties shared according to Islamic laws.

BELOW ARE COPIES OF LETTERS SENT TO NEWISSUES.

Cc:

Family of Late Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla

20, Sir Kashim Ibrahim Way, near Tukur’s Lodge, Jimeta-Yola

Adamawa State

C/o Mustapha Umaru Jibrilla, 07036030043

 

                 30th August, 2016

 

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation

SGF Complex, Three Arms Zone,

Abuja

 

SAVE OUR SOULS: ATTEMPTS BY OUR BROTHER, MOHAMMED JIBRILLA BINDOW (THE GOVERNOR OF ADAMAWA STATE), TO CONVERT OUR INHERITENCE WORTH N34 BILLION TO HIS PERSONAL PROPERTY THROUGH FORGED COURT PAPERS AND OTHER SCHEMINGS.

We write to beg and appeal for your kind and urgent intervention on the moves by our sibling, the current Governor of Adamawa State, Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla (Bindow), to desperately convert a large chunk of the estate of our late father, Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla, to himself. The properties, that include residential and commercial landed properties in Abuja, are valued at N34 billion. Though we have been challenging this ungodly move in the Courts, we are seriously disturbed by the utterances of Bindow Jibrilla who severally bragged that no one can take those properties away from him, and his effort to gag some of us who dare to talk about this issue.

Our fear was further exacerbated following his recent manipulation of Court processes in Adamawa, where he got the judge recently posted to Upper Area Court, Mubi, to have our family house that was valued at N280 million sold to Bindow at the paltry sum of N65 million. This pricked in us rude shock and fear that even if the Courts dispense justice in this very clear and simple case against illegality, we have no confidence that Bindow will comply, especially now that he is abusing his position as a Governor to cripple our cry for justice.

FACTS OF THE MATTER:

  1. Our father, who was a renowned businessman, died on April 23, 2011 and left behind 16 male children, 12 female children and four (4) wives as heirs to his estate.
  2. Our father left many immovable assets for us in Mubi, Hildi, Maiha, Yola, Abuja and Maiduguri, in addition to moveable assets such as cash and shares.
  3. After the demise of our father, a suit for sharing of his estate according to Islamic dictates was instituted at Upper Area Court in Mubi presided by Hon. Musa Usman. The suit is numbered UACM/ADS/CV/FI/2011.
  4. In the course of the hearing on the inheritance suit, Bindow Jibrilla and Abubakar Jibrilla, who is also part of the diabolical move presented some purported court papers from Abuja suggesting that our father had donated his properties in Abuja to them.
  5. The two of them are holding to the properties and have been collecting rent amounting to N250 million annually and keeping same to themselves. These properties are choice properties in the Capital City that include the Sabondale Shopping Complex in Jabi and massive four-blocks property located at Central Area, near the National Hospital (See attached pictures).
  6. We challenged this issue of gifting at the Upper Area Court in Mubi on the grounds that it contradicts clear Islamic provisions on inheritance which barred heirs from benefiting from gift. The Honourable Court set invalidated the gift. However, Bindow and our brother, Abubakar, appealed to the Adamawa State Sharia Court of Appeal sitting in Yola that ordered that only the Courts in Abuja, where the contentious properties are located, can decide on the case.
  7. Our investigations in Abuja, showed that the two actually forged a Deed of Gift and Certificate of Judgment of the Upper Area Court Abuja with number CV/88/2003 and another documents of Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja bearing number CV/88/2003. Curiously, both papers have the same numbers.
  8. On further probing, both courts confirmed to our lawyer that those file numbers were actually forged (see attached correspondence). The Upper Area Court in Wuse confirmed that suit numbered CV/88/2003 was actually between one Alhaji Abdullahi Funtua and Abdulrauf Mohammed, while the records of the Grade 1 Area Court record showed that the issue “never came” before it. The said forged number, in its record, was of a divorce case Mr. Udensi Orji and Uloma Orji.
  9. Neither Bindow or Abubakar nor their lawyers are yet to explain to the Courts or anybody, this glaring inconsistency and sheer act of fraud.
  10. To our surprise, instead of getting amicable way out of this case and ending the dispute among us, Bindow Jibrilla is rather threatening us and boasting that nothing can be done to redress the injustice he meted out against us. In fact, one of our brother leading the process was severally threatened that he had to petitioned relevant security agencies (see attached).
  11. We have approached many personalities to talk to Bindow on the need for him to give us what is due to us but he refused. It is for this reason that Bindow is currently at loggerheads with our traditional ruler, the revered Emir of Mubi for daring to advise him to agree to share our father’s estate according to known tenets of Islam. 

PRAYERS:

We collectively decide to reach out to you because all our efforts to make Mohammed Jibrilla Bindow reason with us in this matter and abandoned his path of greed has thus far yielded no fruit. We had no intent of letting any outside know what is brewing in the family but Bindow refused all our efforts, instead he only brags about what he had done to us and his thoughts that he is above the law and redress.

We pray that you will use your good office to prevail on our brother to denounce this self-destructing path he has chosen for himself because as Muslim faithful we know how almighty Allah frowns at those who corner the inheritance of others, in many verses of the Qur’an.

Most of us are leaving in dire need and believe that having our inheritance, which is our lawful wealth, back to us, will help solve the dire condition of some of us.

The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) is reported in a sound hadith as urging his companions to help oppressors. When the Companions asked, “How do we help an oppressor?” The Prophet retorted: “By denying him the chance to oppress”. It is the same we appeal of you, Your Excellency!

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Mustapha Umaru Jibrilla

07036030043

 

On behalf of 30 heirs of late Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla:

  1. Four surviving wives
  2. 16 surviving sons (with the exception of Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla, Bindow, and Abubakar Jibrilla)
  3. 12 Surviving daughters.

 

This letter is copied to:

  1. His Eminence,The Sultan of Sokoto,

    President, Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs

  2. The Lamido of Adamawa
  3. The Chief Justice of Nigeria
  4. President of the Court of Appeal
  5. Chief Judge of the Federal High Court
  6. Grand Khadi, Sharia Court of Appeal, Abuja
  7. The Secretary to the Government of the Federation
  8. The Inspector General of Police
  9. The Chairman, Nigerian Governors Forum
  10. The Chairman, Northern Nigerian Governors Forum 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

20, Sir Kashim Ibrahim Way,

Near Tukur’s Lodge,

Jimeta-Yola,

Adamawa State

30th August, 2016

 

His Eminence,

The Sultan of Sokoto,

c/o Jamaatu Nasril Islam headquarters,

Kaduna.

 

SAVE OUR SOULS: ATTEMPTS BY OUR BROTHER, MOHAMMED JIBRILLA BINDOW (THE GOVERNOR OF ADAMAWA STATE), TO CONVERT OUR INHERITENCE WORTH N34 BILLION TO HIS PERSONAL PROPERTY THROUGH FORGED COURT PAPERS AND OTHER SCHEMINGS.

We write to beg and appeal for your kind and urgent intervention on the moves by our sibling, the current Governor of Adamawa State, Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla (Bindow), to desperately convert a large chunk of the estate of our late father, Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla, to himself. The properties, that include residential and commercial landed properties in Abuja, are valued at N34 billion. Though we have been challenging this ungodly move in the Courts, we are seriously disturbed by the utterances of Bindow Jibrilla who severally bragged that no one can take those properties away from him, and his effort to gag some of us who dare to talk about this issue.

Our fear was further exacerbated following his recent manipulation of Court processes in Adamawa, where he got the judge recently posted to Upper Area Court, Mubi, to have our family house that was valued at N280 million sold to Bindow at the paltry sum of N65 million. This pricked in us rude shock and fear that even if the Courts dispense justice in this very clear and simple case against illegality, we have no confidence that Bindow will comply, especially now that he is abusing his position as a Governor to cripple our cry for justice.

FACTS OF THE MATTER:

  1. Our father, who was a renowned businessman, died on April 23, 2011 and left behind 16 male children, 12 female children and four (4) wives as heirs to his estate.
  2. Our father left many immovable assets for us in Mubi, Hildi, Maiha, Yola, Abuja and Maiduguri, in addition to moveable assets such as cash and shares.
  3. After the demise of our father, a suit for sharing of his estate according to Islamic dictates was instituted at Upper Area Court in Mubi presided by Hon. Musa Usman. The suit is numbered UACM/ADS/CV/FI/2011.
  4. In the course of the hearing on the inheritance suit, Bindow Jibrilla and Abubakar Jibrilla, who is also part of the diabolical move presented some purported court papers from Abuja suggesting that our father had donated his properties in Abuja to them.
  5. The two of them are holding to the properties and have been collecting rent amounting to N250 million annually and keeping same to themselves. These properties are choice properties in the Capital City that include the Sabondale Shopping Complex in Jabi and massive four-blocks property located at Central Area, near the National Hospital (See attached pictures).
  6. We challenged this issue of gifting at the Upper Area Court in Mubi on the grounds that it contradicts clear Islamic provisions on inheritance which barred heirs from benefiting from gift. The Honourable Court set invalidated the gift. However, Bindow and our brother, Abubakar, appealed to the Adamawa State Sharia Court of Appeal sitting in Yola that ordered that only the Courts in Abuja, where the contentious properties are located, can decide on the case.
  7. Our investigations in Abuja, showed that the two actually forged a Deed of Gift and Certificate of Judgment of the Upper Area Court Abuja with number CV/88/2003 and another documents of Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja bearing number CV/88/2003. Curiously, both papers have the same numbers.
  8. On further probing, both courts confirmed to our lawyer that those file numbers were actually forged (see attached correspondence). The Upper Area Court in Wuse confirmed that suit numbered CV/88/2003 was actually between one Alhaji Abdullahi Funtua and Abdulrauf Mohammed, while the records of the Grade 1 Area Court record showed that the issue “never came” before it. The said forged number, in its record, was of a divorce case Mr. Udensi Orji and Uloma Orji.
  9. Neither Bindow or Abubakar nor their lawyers are yet to explain to the Courts or anybody, this glaring inconsistency and sheer act of fraud.
  10. To our surprise, instead of getting amicable way out of this case and ending the dispute among us, Bindow Jibrilla is rather threatening us and boasting that nothing can be done to redress the injustice he meted out against us. In fact, one of our brother leading the process was severally threatened that he had to petitioned relevant security agencies (see attached).
  11. We have approached many personalities to talk to Bindow on the need for him to give us what is due to us but he refused. It is for this reason that Bindow is currently at loggerheads with our traditional ruler, the revered Emir of Mubi for daring to advise him to agree to share our father’s estate according to known tenets of Islam. 

PRAYERS:

We collectively decide to reach out to you because all our efforts to make Mohammed Jibrilla Bindow reason with us in this matter and abandoned his path of greed has thus far yielded no fruit. We had no intent of letting any outside know what is brewing in the family but Bindow refused all our efforts, instead he only brags about what he had done to us and his thoughts that he is above the law and redress.

We pray that you will use your good office to prevail on our brother to denounce this self-destructing path he has chosen for himself because as Muslim faithful we know how almighty Allah frowns at those who corner the inheritance of others, in many verses of the Qur’an.

Most of us are leaving in dire need and believe that having our inheritance, which is our lawful wealth, back to us, will help solve the dire condition of some of us.

The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) is reported in a sound hadith as urging his companions to help oppressors. When the Companions asked, “How do we help an oppressor?” The Prophet retorted: “By denying him the chance to oppress”. It is the same we appeal of you, Your Excellency!

 

 

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Mustapha Umaru Jibrilla

07036030043

 

On behalf of 30 heirs of late Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla:

  1. Four surviving wives
  2. 16 surviving sons (with the exception of Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla, Bindow, and Abubakar Jibrilla)
  3. 12 Surviving daughters.

 

This letter is copied to:

  1. The Lamido of Adamawa
  2. The Chief Justice of Nigeria
  3. President of the Court of Appeal
  4. Chief Judge of the Federal High Court
  5. Grand Khadi, Sharia Court of Appeal, Abuja
  6. The Secretary to the Government of the Federation
  7. The Inspector General of Police
  8. The Chairman, Nigerian Governors Forum
  9. The Chairman, Northern Nigerian Governors Forum 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

20, Sir Kashim Ibrahim Way,

Near Tukur’s Lodge,

Jimeta-Yola,

Adamawa State

30th August, 2016

 

His Lordship,

The Chief Justice of Nigeria,

Supreme Court Complex,

Three Arms Zone, Abuja.

 

SAVE OUR SOULS: ATTEMPTS BY OUR BROTHER, MOHAMMED JIBRILLA BINDOW (THE GOVERNOR OF ADAMAWA STATE), TO CONVERT OUR INHERITENCE WORTH N34 BILLION TO HIS PERSONAL PROPERTY THROUGH FORGED COURT PAPERS AND OTHER SCHEMINGS.

We write to beg and appeal for your kind and urgent intervention on the moves by our sibling, the current Governor of Adamawa State, Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla (Bindow), to desperately convert a large chunk of the estate of our late father, Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla, to himself. The properties, that include residential and commercial landed properties in Abuja, are valued at N34 billion. Though we have been challenging this ungodly move in the Courts, we are seriously disturbed by the utterances of Bindow Jibrilla who severally bragged that no one can take those properties away from him, and his effort to gag some of us who dare to talk about this issue.

Our fear was further exacerbated following his recent manipulation of Court processes in Adamawa, where he got the judge recently posted to Upper Area Court, Mubi, to have our family house that was valued at N280 million sold to Bindow at the paltry sum of N65 million. This pricked in us rude shock and fear that even if the Courts dispense justice in this very clear and simple case against illegality, we have no confidence that Bindow will comply, especially now that he is abusing his position as a Governor to cripple our cry for justice.

FACTS OF THE MATTER:

  1. Our father, who was a renowned businessman, died on April 23, 2011 and left behind 16 male children, 12 female children and four (4) wives as heirs to his estate.
  2. Our father left many immovable assets for us in Mubi, Hildi, Maiha, Yola, Abuja and Maiduguri, in addition to moveable assets such as cash and shares.
  3. After the demise of our father, a suit for sharing of his estate according to Islamic dictates was instituted at Upper Area Court in Mubi presided by Hon. Musa Usman. The suit is numbered UACM/ADS/CV/FI/2011.
  4. In the course of the hearing on the inheritance suit, Bindow Jibrilla and Abubakar Jibrilla, who is also part of the diabolical move presented some purported court papers from Abuja suggesting that our father had donated his properties in Abuja to them.
  5. The two of them are holding to the properties and have been collecting rent amounting to N250 million annually and keeping same to themselves. These properties are choice properties in the Capital City that include the Sabondale Shopping Complex in Jabi and massive four-blocks property located at Central Area, near the National Hospital (See attached pictures).
  6. We challenged this issue of gifting at the Upper Area Court in Mubi on the grounds that it contradicts clear Islamic provisions on inheritance which barred heirs from benefiting from gift. The Honourable Court set invalidated the gift. However, Bindow and our brother, Abubakar, appealed to the Adamawa State Sharia Court of Appeal sitting in Yola that ordered that only the Courts in Abuja, where the contentious properties are located, can decide on the case.
  7. Our investigations in Abuja, showed that the two actually forged a Deed of Gift and Certificate of Judgment of the Upper Area Court Abuja with number CV/88/2003 and another documents of Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja bearing number CV/88/2003. Curiously, both papers have the same numbers.
  8. On further probing, both courts confirmed to our lawyer that those file numbers were actually forged (see attached correspondence). The Upper Area Court in Wuse confirmed that suit numbered CV/88/2003 was actually between one Alhaji Abdullahi Funtua and Abdulrauf Mohammed, while the records of the Grade 1 Area Court record showed that the issue “never came” before it. The said forged number, in its record, was of a divorce case Mr. Udensi Orji and Uloma Orji.
  9. Neither Bindow or Abubakar nor their lawyers are yet to explain to the Courts or anybody, this glaring inconsistency and sheer act of fraud.
  10. To our surprise, instead of getting amicable way out of this case and ending the dispute among us, Bindow Jibrilla is rather threatening us and boasting that nothing can be done to redress the injustice he meted out against us. In fact, one of our brother leading the process was severally threatened that he had to petitioned relevant security agencies (see attached).
  11. We have approached many personalities to talk to Bindow on the need for him to give us what is due to us but he refused. It is for this reason that Bindow is currently at loggerheads with our traditional ruler, the revered Emir of Mubi for daring to advise him to agree to share our father’s estate according to known tenets of Islam. 

PRAYERS:

We collectively decide to reach out to you because all our efforts to make Mohammed Jibrilla Bindow reason with us in this matter and abandoned his path of greed has thus far yielded no fruit. We had no intent of letting any outside know what is brewing in the family but Bindow refused all our efforts, instead he only brags about what he had done to us and his thoughts that he is above the law and redress.

We pray that you will use your good office to prevail on our brother to denounce this self-destructing path he has chosen for himself because as Muslim faithful we know how almighty Allah frowns at those who corner the inheritance of others, in many verses of the Qur’an.

Most of us are leaving in dire need and believe that having our inheritance, which is our lawful wealth, back to us, will help solve the dire condition of some of us.

The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) is reported in a sound hadith as urging his companions to help oppressors. When the Companions asked, “How do we help an oppressor?” The Prophet retorted: “By denying him the chance to oppress”. It is the same we appeal of you, Your Excellency!

 

 

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Mustapha Umaru Jibrilla

07036030043

 

On behalf of 30 heirs of late Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla:

  1. Four surviving wives
  2. 16 surviving sons (with the exception of Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla, Bindow, and Abubakar Jibrilla)
  3. 12 Surviving daughters.

 

This letter is copied to:

  1. His Eminence,The Sultan of Sokoto,

    President, Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs

  2. The Lamido of Adamawa
  3. President of the Court of Appeal
  4. Chief Judge of the Federal High Court
  5. Grand Khadi, Sharia Court of Appeal, Abuja
  6. The Secretary to the Government of the Federation
  7. The Inspector General of Police
  8. The Chairman, Nigerian Governors Forum
  9. The Chairman, Northern Nigerian Governors Forum 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

 

20, Sir Kashim Ibrahim Way,

Near Tukur’s Lodge,

Jimeta-Yola,

Adamawa State

30th August, 2016

 

His Lordship,

President of the Court of Appeal,

Appeal Court Complex,

Abuja.

 

SAVE OUR SOULS: ATTEMPTS BY OUR BROTHER, MOHAMMED JIBRILLA BINDOW (THE GOVERNOR OF ADAMAWA STATE), TO CONVERT OUR INHERITENCE WORTH N34 BILLION TO HIS PERSONAL PROPERTY THROUGH FORGED COURT PAPERS AND OTHER SCHEMINGS.

We write to beg and appeal for your kind and urgent intervention on the moves by our sibling, the current Governor of Adamawa State, Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla (Bindow), to desperately convert a large chunk of the estate of our late father, Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla, to himself. The properties, that include residential and commercial landed properties in Abuja, are valued at N34 billion. Though we have been challenging this ungodly move in the Courts, we are seriously disturbed by the utterances of Bindow Jibrilla who severally bragged that no one can take those properties away from him, and his effort to gag some of us who dare to talk about this issue.

Our fear was further exacerbated following his recent manipulation of Court processes in Adamawa, where he got the judge recently posted to Upper Area Court, Mubi, to have our family house that was valued at N280 million sold to Bindow at the paltry sum of N65 million. This pricked in us rude shock and fear that even if the Courts dispense justice in this very clear and simple case against illegality, we have no confidence that Bindow will comply, especially now that he is abusing his position as a Governor to cripple our cry for justice.

FACTS OF THE MATTER:

  1. Our father, who was a renowned businessman, died on April 23, 2011 and left behind 16 male children, 12 female children and four (4) wives as heirs to his estate.
  2. Our father left many immovable assets for us in Mubi, Hildi, Maiha, Yola, Abuja and Maiduguri, in addition to moveable assets such as cash and shares.
  3. After the demise of our father, a suit for sharing of his estate according to Islamic dictates was instituted at Upper Area Court in Mubi presided by Hon. Musa Usman. The suit is numbered UACM/ADS/CV/FI/2011.
  4. In the course of the hearing on the inheritance suit, Bindow Jibrilla and Abubakar Jibrilla, who is also part of the diabolical move presented some purported court papers from Abuja suggesting that our father had donated his properties in Abuja to them.
  5. The two of them are holding to the properties and have been collecting rent amounting to N250 million annually and keeping same to themselves. These properties are choice properties in the Capital City that include the Sabondale Shopping Complex in Jabi and massive four-blocks property located at Central Area, near the National Hospital (See attached pictures).
  6. We challenged this issue of gifting at the Upper Area Court in Mubi on the grounds that it contradicts clear Islamic provisions on inheritance which barred heirs from benefiting from gift. The Honourable Court set invalidated the gift. However, Bindow and our brother, Abubakar, appealed to the Adamawa State Sharia Court of Appeal sitting in Yola that ordered that only the Courts in Abuja, where the contentious properties are located, can decide on the case.
  7. Our investigations in Abuja, showed that the two actually forged a Deed of Gift and Certificate of Judgment of the Upper Area Court Abuja with number CV/88/2003 and another documents of Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja bearing number CV/88/2003. Curiously, both papers have the same numbers.
  8. On further probing, both courts confirmed to our lawyer that those file numbers were actually forged (see attached correspondence). The Upper Area Court in Wuse confirmed that suit numbered CV/88/2003 was actually between one Alhaji Abdullahi Funtua and Abdulrauf Mohammed, while the records of the Grade 1 Area Court record showed that the issue “never came” before it. The said forged number, in its record, was of a divorce case Mr. Udensi Orji and Uloma Orji.
  9. Neither Bindow or Abubakar nor their lawyers are yet to explain to the Courts or anybody, this glaring inconsistency and sheer act of fraud.
  10. To our surprise, instead of getting amicable way out of this case and ending the dispute among us, Bindow Jibrilla is rather threatening us and boasting that nothing can be done to redress the injustice he meted out against us. In fact, one of our brother leading the process was severally threatened that he had to petitioned relevant security agencies (see attached).
  11. We have approached many personalities to talk to Bindow on the need for him to give us what is due to us but he refused. It is for this reason that Bindow is currently at loggerheads with our traditional ruler, the revered Emir of Mubi for daring to advise him to agree to share our father’s estate according to known tenets of Islam. 

PRAYERS:

We collectively decide to reach out to you because all our efforts to make Mohammed Jibrilla Bindow reason with us in this matter and abandoned his path of greed has thus far yielded no fruit. We had no intent of letting any outside know what is brewing in the family but Bindow refused all our efforts, instead he only brags about what he had done to us and his thoughts that he is above the law and redress.

We pray that you will use your good office to prevail on our brother to denounce this self-destructing path he has chosen for himself because as Muslim faithful we know how almighty Allah frowns at those who corner the inheritance of others, in many verses of the Qur’an.

Most of us are leaving in dire need and believe that having our inheritance, which is our lawful wealth, back to us, will help solve the dire condition of some of us.

The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) is reported in a sound hadith as urging his companions to help oppressors. When the Companions asked, “How do we help an oppressor?” The Prophet retorted: “By denying him the chance to oppress”. It is the same we appeal of you, Your Excellency!

 

 

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Mustapha Umaru Jibrilla

07036030043

 

On behalf of 30 heirs of late Alhaji Umaru Jibrilla:

  1. Four surviving wives
  2. 16 surviving sons (with the exception of Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla, Bindow, and Abubakar Jibrilla)
  3. 12 Surviving daughters.

 

This letter is copied to:

  1. His Eminence,The Sultan of Sokoto,

    President, Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs

  2. The Lamido of Adamawa
  3. The Chief Justice of Nigeria
  4. Chief Judge of the Federal High Court
  5. Grand Khadi, Sharia Court of Appeal, Abuja
  6. The Secretary to the Government of the Federation
  7. The Inspector General of Police
  8. The Chairman, Nigerian Governors Forum
  9. The Chairman, Northern Nigerian Governors Forum 

     

    20, Sir Kashim Ibrahim Way,

Near Tukur’s Lodge,

Jimeta-Yola,

Adamawa State

16 Attachments

 residential apartment
 Residential building 1 (1)
 residential building 2
Property at Central Area (Gate)SOS petition 1
SOS petition 2
SOS petition 4

 

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