Emir Sanusi, Bayero maintain parallel Friday prayers in Kano

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The Kano State Police Command has recommended residents for his or her peaceable behaviour as Emirs Muhammad Sanusi II and Aminu Bayero presided over Friday prayers concurrently in Kano.

Both Emirs are laying declare to the throne. While Sanusi was reinstated by Governor Abba Yusuf, Bayero is contesting his dethronement within the court docket.

The metropolis of Kano was predicted to witness clashes between the supporters of the 2 events with the police warning potential troublemakers to avoid Kano.

While Sanusi led on the Central Mosque, Bayero noticed his prayers on the Nasarawa Palace.

The Commissioner of Police, Mr Usaini Gumel, informed the News Agency of Nigeria in an interview on Friday that prayers have been carried out in a peaceable ambiance throughout the 44 LGAs of the state.

“I am very pleased with the orderly manner faithful residents conducted themselves before, during, and after the prayers without rancour in all parts of the state,” the police boss stated.

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The commissioner praised residents for his or her cooperation with police personnel deployed in and out of doors the metropolis, which resulted in zero crime being recorded.

He appealed to residents to proceed cooperating with the police to make sure peaceable coexistence within the state.

“This is a testomony to the efficient collaboration between regulation enforcement and the neighborhood.

“The police command looks forward to continued partnership in maintaining peace and order in the state,” he stated.


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