According to the Kano State Police Command, there have been no crimes related to the Supreme Court ruling upholding Governor Abba Yusuf’s victory.
This was verified on Saturday in Kano by Police Commissioner Mr. Usaini Gumel, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
He said that reports from the 44 local government areas of the state indicated that the celebration went on peacefully, without threat to lives or property.
“We are happy that everyone heeds the advice issued by the police command, of which the early hours celebration was held in a hitch-free atmosphere across the state, and until this moment, there is no form of security threat.
“No shop or business premises were vandalised before, during, and after the judgement and during their celebrations in all parts of the state.
He commended residents for cooperating with security operatives deployed and for currently maintaining law and order in the state.
He, however, called on residents to continue to maintain peace and order, particularly by supporting the efforts of the command by providing useful and timely information that would assist in preventing crime and apprehending criminal elements.
He claimed that the security precautions would allow locals to carry on with their lawful business endeavors without any difficulties.
“All we need from the public is timely information on the movements of suspicious individuals so that appropriate security measures can be taken,” Gumel stated. (NAN)
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