Kano State Hisbah Board Dismisses Commandant for Obstructing Anti-Immorality Campaign

Hisbah Board in Kano State Dismisses Commandant for Obstruction

The Kano State Hisbah Board has terminated the employment of one of its commandants for undermining and obstructing the ongoing campaign against immorality and social vices in the state.

The board’s initiative, known as “Operation Kau da Badala” or “Operation Against Immorality,” is aimed at curbing social vices.

Commandant General Confirms Dismissal

The Commandant General of Hisbah, Sheikh Aminu Daurawa, confirmed the dismissal of the officer to the media in Kano. He further disclosed that five other officers are currently under investigation.

Collaboration with Unholy Acts

The dismissed officer was found to be collaborating with individuals involved in unholy acts within the state.

Sheikh Aminu Daurawa emphasized his commitment to eliminating corrupt elements from the Hisbah Board and transforming it into a more transparent and responsible organization.

Collusion with Hotel Operators

The officer in question had been colluding with hotel operators to ensure that Hisbah did not target their establishments during its operations.

Hotel owners engaged in such activities paid the dismissed officer to avoid inspections, causing apprehension among those involved.

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