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Police Ban Durbar in Kano

The Kano State Police Command has banned Durbar activities in the state.  This was announced in a statement issued by Abdullahi Kiyawa, Police Public Relations…

The Kano State Police Command has banned Durbar activities in the state. 

This was announced in a statement issued by Abdullahi Kiyawa, Police Public Relations Officer of the command.

Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, 15th Emir of Kano, had invited district heads for Durbar and asked the police to provide security.

But in his statement, the police said such activity would not be allowed in the interest of security.

“The Kano State Police Command congratulates Muslim faithfuls and all law-abiding residents of the State for witnessing yet another Eid-El-Kabir Sallah period and assures that adequate security deployments have been put in place to ensure no breakdown of law and order in all parts of the State before, during and after the festive period.”

“This is part of the commitment to sustenance of the peace by the Kano State Police Command in conjunction with all the relevant security stakeholders. In furtherance, a ban has been placed on ALL DURBAR activities throughout the State for the upcoming Eid-El-Kabir celebrations. This measure is taken as a result of series security reports obtained and wide consultations made with relevant security stakeholders to ensure the safety of the larger community.

“However, worshippers are advised to conduct their normal Eid Prayers at the various designated Eid praying grounds, traditionally done in the past.

4. On a final note, the Command encourages continued collaboration and cooperation from all stakeholders to collectively work together to build a safer and more secure environment. The Command also urges everyone to keep reporting any suspicious movement of person(s) or item(s) they come across to the nearest Police Station.”

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