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cadi

(ˈkɑːdɪ; ˈkeɪdɪ) or

kadi

n, pl -dis
(Islam) a judge in a Muslim community
[C16: from Arabic qādī judge]
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Crop farming is to be modernised through investment, precision farming, and the use of anti-hail netting, Agriculture Minister Costas Kadis told farmers at a briefing on Tuesday.
The Council also recommended to the Governors of Sokoto, Lagos, Anambra, Ebonyi, Niger, Taraba, Kano, and Jigawa States, eight successful candidates for appointment as Chief Judges and Grand Kadis for the states.
Cypriot Minister of Agriculture Costas Kadis and China's Minister of the General Administration of Customs of China Ni Yuefeng signed the protocol.
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Speaking from Platania, Agriculture Minister Costas Kadis said the project began in October 2017 and is set to be completed by September 2020.
Agriculture and Environment Minister Costas Kadis attended the send-off for the turtle named "Eleftheria" (Freedom).