Kano State Politician Abdulmajid Danbilki, Alias “Commander,” Arrested Over Alleged Incitement During Radio Appearance

Kano State Politician Abdulmajid Danbilki, Alias “Commander,” Arrested Over Alleged Incitement During Radio Appearance

Arrest of Abdulmajid Danbilki: Kano Politician in Custody for Alleged Incitement on Radio

The Kano State Police Command has taken into custody a prominent politician, Abdulmajid Danbilki, popularly known as “Commander,” on charges of inciting violence during his participation in a radio program.

The arrest was made following Danbilki’s alleged use of inflammatory language that authorities claim could potentially fuel unrest and encourage opposition against the state government.

Incitement Charges Stemming from Radio Appearance: Unchecked Statements and Viral Video

According to law enforcement officials, Abdulmajid Danbilki, during the radio program and in a subsequent viral video, made statements that were deemed reckless and had the potential to incite violence.

In these statements, he purportedly called upon residents of Kano State to resist any efforts by the state government to reorganize the Emirates councils.

Confirmation of Arrest by Commissioner of Police: Legal Proceedings and Detention

The State Commissioner of Police, Hussaini Gumel, confirmed the arrest of Abdulmajid Danbilki, emphasizing the seriousness of the allegations.

Following the arrest, the suspect has been arraigned and is currently remanded at a correctional facility.

His bail application is scheduled to be heard on February 6 at the Chief Magistrate’s court overseeing his case.

Legal Ramifications and Hearing: Awaited Decision on Bail Application

Abdulmajid Danbilki’s legal fate hinges on the upcoming hearing of his bail application, scheduled for February 6.

The allegations against him have raised concerns about the potential consequences of unchecked statements, especially within the context of political discourse and community relations.

The arrest serves as a demonstration of law enforcement’s commitment to curbing actions that may threaten public peace and security.

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