Disregard false info on fifteenth Emir main Friday prayers – Police

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The Kano State Police Command has urged residents to disregard false info circulating on social media that Alhaji Aminu Bayero, the fifteenth Emir would lead the Friday prayers on the Central Mosque.

The Commissioner of Police, Usaini Gumel, instructed the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in a phone interview on Friday, that Bayero will observe his Friday prayers within the mosque inside the Nasarawa Palace, the place he presently resides.

The commissioner stated the police and different state safety companies will present strong safety on the Emir’s Palace, the place Emir Muhammad Sanusi II is anticipated to guide the Jummah prayers.

”The police urge most people to ignore the false reviews and misinformation circulating on social media and go about their actions with out worry of molestation or intimidation.

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”The police will proceed to supply crucial safety to make sure that will allow residents to look at their Friday congressional prayers peacefully with out threats to their lives and property,” he stated.

He urged the folks to volunteer credible info on the motion of doubtful characters for immediate safety motion within the state.


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