Police bans ‘Tashe’ Ramadan traditional performance in Kano


Police bans ‘Tashe’ Ramadan

After the first ten days of Ramadan, the Kano State Police Command has prohibited “Tashe,” the annual Ramadan traditional performance performed in the style of play.

SP Abdullahi Haruna Kiyawa, the state police spokesperson, stated in a statement posted on Monday, April 11, that the decision was made because criminals were abusing the system.

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According to Kiyawa,

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“The Kano State Police Command wishes to inform the general public that the traditional annual performance (Tashe), which takes place on the tenth day of Ramadan Fasting, has been suspended.”

“This is because criminals use the “Tashe” annual traditional performance as a cover to carry out criminal activities like thuggery, handset snatching, and drug abuse.”

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CP Sama’ila Shu’aibu Dikko, the State Commissioner of Police, also urged Kano residents, particularly parents and guardians, to advise their youngsters against breaching the law and order.

The statement went on to say:

“Anyone caught will be prosecuted in accordance with the law. I wish you a blessed and successful Ramadan.”

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