Sarkin

Sar´kin


n.1.(Physiol. Chem.) Same as Hypoxanthin.
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The Sarkin Yamman Katami also appealed to the state government to look into the possibility of constructing the three kilometres road that linked the area to Kebbi state.
The awardees are award-winning journalist Lindsey Hilsum, scholar, former banker and anti-corruption campaigner, His Highness Muhammad Sanusi II, CON (Sarkin Kano), editor, broadcaster and critic, Margaret Busby, human rights lawyer Nursyahbani Katjasungkana.
Coalition of Muslim Institutions (COMI) has been formed by the Coalition of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Ashanti Regional Chief Imam, Council of Imams and Ulamau, the Council of Zongo Chiefs in Ashanti region, Office of the Kumasi Sarkin Zongo, Muslim Executive Forum (MEF) and Queenmothers (Magagias) in Kumasi.
Fearing that the absence of these employees would lead to widespread destruction of crops by stray cattle, thus endangering peaceful coexistence between the Fulani and indigenes, the Wum local government intervened and called on one of its legislators, Sarkin Samari (a Fulani) to negotiate between the two groups and bring lasting solutions to the conflict.
We introduced many things, like the Sarkin court, that is a Hausa chief who sits to the right of the Dakpema (14) when there is an issue to judge.
Sallis, J.F., Caifas, K.J., Nichols, J.F., Sarkin, J.A., Johnson, M.F., Caprosa, S., Thompson, S., & Alcaraz, J.E.
Sarkin (ed.) Human Rights in African Prisons, Cape Town: HSRC Press, 155-177.
"Eryn's really encouraged me to find material right for our clients," Sarkin says.
(42) Jeremy Sarkin, "The Role of the United Nations, the African Union and Africa's Sub-Regional Organizations in Dealing with Africa's Human Rights Problems: Connecting Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect", Journal of African Law, 53, (1), 2009, p.