A 48-year-old man, Lawal Idris on Monday dragged one Nuruddeen Sani, a civil servant to a Sharia Court sitting at Magajin Gari, Kaduna over alleged breach of trust.
The complainant told the court that he had requested to hire a farm from the defendant in 2016 where he was given a place at Barnawa area after paying him some money.
“I supplied fertilizer, herbicides and other chemicals to him and planted 1,000 seeding which are under his custody.
“Since then, till date I have not heard anything tangible from him,” he said.
He prayed the court to intervene into the matter and get him justice.
In his defence, Sani, 53, a resident of Tudun Wada area of Kaduna denied the claim, saying they were untrue.
The Judge Malam Muhammad Shehu-Adamu after listening to both parties asked the complainant if he had any witnesses and he answered in affirmative.
The Judge granted bail to the defendant with the condition of either paying N30, 000 or presenting a reliable surety residing in Kaduna.
The judge also ordered the complainant to present his witnesses in court and adjourned the case to Sept. 16.