Police warns against unlawful gatherings, procession in Kano


By Abdullahi Jalalalluden

The Kano State Police Command has warned supporters of political parties,and all its citizen to desist from any form of illegal gathering, procession and protest ,aimed at enhancing peace and harmony in the state.

the commissioner of police CP Mohammad Hussein Gumel disclosed this during a media briefing held in Kano.

He said the command had received various reports that some unpatriotic citizens were disguising under the shade of offering special prayers and were planning to create chaos in the peaceful atmosphere enjoined in the state.

” it was also brought to our notice that some people were circulating letters on the social media calling for the closure of markets and other commercial activities in the state”

CP Mohammad Hussein Gumel explained that the command would not cordon any act that will bridge the peace and harmony enjoined in the state.

He said the command had discussed the issue with the leaders off APC and NNPP and they have confirmed that they still stand with the peace accord they have signed previously, hence anyone found bridging peace and order is not their member.

The commissioner of police noted that they were able to apprehended seven suspect for an attempt to create chaos, stressing that investigation is ongoing and upon completion of the investigation they will be charged to court.

” intelligence reports revealed that faceless people are trying to begin the use of some media outlets in sending negative and poisonous messages against police and other security agencies on the ongoing peace efforts we are embarking on”

He urged all citizens to be law abiding and peace loving.

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