Nigeria Police Ban All Forms Of Protests In Kano

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It was gathered that the police’s decision was made after they received a report that two dominant parties; the New Nigeria People’s Party, and the All Progressives Congress had assembled a rented crowd to embark on protest, without the endorsement of the Nigeria Labour Congress, The PUNCH reports.

The Nigeria Police Force, Kano State Command, have prohibited all forms of protest in the state, with immediate effect. 

It was gathered that the police’s decision was made after they received a report that two dominant parties; the New Nigeria People’s Party, and the All Progressives Congress had assembled a rented crowd to embark on protest, without the endorsement of the Nigeria Labour Congress, The PUNCH reports.

There have also been several protests in Kano in recent times. 

On 1st of August, it was reported how Nigerians protested in Kano State over the hike of petrol price from N195 to N617, naira devaluation, school fees increment and other anti-poor policies of the President Bola Tinubu-led government.

Report was made that some protesters recently stormed major streets of Kano, Northwest region to kick against the proposed military intervention by the Economic Community of West African States under the leadership of the country’s president, Tinubu to resolve the ongoing political crisis in Niger Republic. 


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