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Kano Council Bans Women From Meeting Lovers In Public Places At Night

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Rano Native Authorities Space of Kano State has banned individuals of the alternative intercourse from assembly collectively in public locations at night time.

The bye-law enacted to this impact is on account of the reported instances of immoral actions between ladies and boys, together with divorcees.



Lovers can now solely meet at daytime to debate, the native authorities acknowledged.

The native authorities info officer, Habibu Faragai, mentioned the council chairman, Dahiru Muhammad, introduced the legislation at a safety committee assembly attended by residents and conventional leaders.

Muhammad famous that the committee had raised alarm over the excessive charge of immorality within the native authorities space, including that the priority guided the council to provide you with the brand new legislation.

He mentioned the legislation was meant to sanitise the council space of immoral actions occurring throughout night time discussions between the alternative intercourse.

The council boss directed the state’s Islamic police Hisbah board and different safety brokers on the native degree to make sure compliance and arrest defaulters.

Additionally, the district Head of Rano, Mannir Tafida-Abubakar, known as on the village and ward heads in addition to Imams throughout the council space to make sure that residents adjust to the brand new legislation.

Tafida-Abubakar mentioned there are about three main points bordering on immorality taking place within the space and had develop into a supply of concern to residents.

“Mother and father should welcome the choice and help it. If dad and mom don’t cooperate and such issues occur once more, the affected will face the results of their negligence,” the standard ruler mentioned.

The state authorities had banned the alternative intercourse from boarding the identical business tricycles in 2019.

Of latest, the Kano State Hisbah Board banned the usage of mannequins to show garments by tailors, supermarkets and boutique homeowners within the state.

Hisbah Commander-in-Chief, Ustaz Harun Muhammad Sani Ibn Sina, mentioned the usage of mannequins by tailors, boutique homeowners and others contravenes the supply of Islamic injunctions.

He added that the company would educate them on how Islam frowns on the usage of mannequins and ship its officers to apprehend and prosecute offenders.

Regardless of the general public condemnation, the destruction of beer and different alcoholic drinks by Hisbah has continued in some northern states, together with Kano.

As an example, in November 2020, about 1,975,000 bottles of beer estimated at N200million have been confiscated and destroyed by the Islamic police in Kano State.

In the meantime, through the latest wedding ceremony reception of Yusuf, solely son to President Muhammadu Buhari and his heartthrob, Zahra Ado-Bayero, whose father is a conventional ruler in Kano, the Hisbah corps is nowhere to be discovered.

Some movies of the lavish wedding ceremony of which surfaced on the web present attendees in breach of the legal guidelines for which the Islamic police which has diligently punished poor Nigerians.

Yusuf and Zarah Ado Bayero, daughter of Emir of Bichi, Nasiru Ado Bayero received married in Kano State final Friday.

Additionally, non-public jets doted the runway of the Mallam Aminu Kano Worldwide Airport in Kano as members of Nigeria’s political and ruling class flew in for the marriage.

A video of the marriage occasion exhibits Nigerian singer, Mayorkun singing and a number of the occasion attendees recognizing Afro, Mohawk or any of the hairstyles Kano State Hisbah has labelled as “unIslamic” and an insult to Islam.

Additionally, secular songs Hisbah has vehemently frowned upon have been performed on the occasion, with younger northern women and men dancing to them.

All these have attracted punishments from Kano Hisbah, in instances the place poor Nigerians have been concerned.

 

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