The Kano mobile court has ordered that Almajiris who returned from Bauchi and Gombe states be remanded in police custody.
The returnees, who travelled back to the state, told the court that they are Kano indigenes.
The spokesman of Kano High Court, Baba Jibo said the mobile court further ordered that the returnees should be subjected to medical check to ascertain their state of health, adding that on completion of the health screening, the court will pass a verdict in respect of their alleged violation of the lock down order in the state.
Jibo revealed that 135 persons have been convicted for violating the ongoing lock down order in the state, saying the court has ruled that the convicts should proceed to serve various terms of community service.
Meanwhile, trucks loaded with hides and skin were also dragged before the court. The trucks conveying the items had arrived from Ondo and Abia states.
The court ordered that the trucks be taken into police custody.