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Police warn against violence during, after Ramadan cultural show

The Police in Kano State on Monday warned youths against perpetrating violence at the Ramadan, particularly during the “Tashe” cultural activities. The cultural show usually…

The Police in Kano State on Monday warned youths against perpetrating violence at the Ramadan, particularly during the “Tashe” cultural activities.

The cultural show usually starts during the middle of the holy month and ends few hours before the commencement of the Sallah.

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The event is a Hausa cultural show staged during the Ramadan period when people, especially young men and women, dramatise certain cultural norms in form of comedy. The Commissioner of Police, Usaini Gumel, gave the warning during an interactive session with traditional rulers, community leaders, religious authorities and influential youth leaders in the state, held at the Police Officers Mess, Miller Road, Bompai, Kano. (NAN)

 

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