The news platform had published videos that went viral showing Ganduje allegedly collecting kickbacks from contractors.
Ganduje, who filed a N3 billion suit against the newspaper, asked the court to declare the publication as wrongful and a defamation of character, TheCable writes.
In a ruling on Monday, the court restrained Jafaar and Daily Nigerian, listed as the first and second defendants, and their agents from “publishing, sharing or spreading videos injurious to the plaintiff/applicant pending the determination of the substantive application slated for hearing on the 6th of December 2018”.
This comes as the Kano assembly committee recently halted its investigations following a court order.
The contractor behind the videos had said he was ready to testify before the Kano state assembly panel investigating the matter.