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DJ remanded in custody for disturbing Islamiyya students

A Disc Jockey, DJ Ali Dan-Asabe has been remanded in a correctional facility for disturbing students at an Islamic school with music.

Nigeriacrime.com gathered that DJ Dan-Asabe was remanded by a Sharia Court sitting at Danbare Kano.

DJ Dan-Asabe was dragged before the court by the police following a complaint from the school’s management that his activities were disrupting pupils while they were having classes.

The prosecutor, Inspector Bashir Wada told the court that the DJ played music at a high volume thereby disturbing students who were learning in school.

The court presided over by Justice Munzali Idris Gwadabe ordered the remand of the DJ for a month in a correctional facility.

The Judge however adjourned the matter till 6th July, 2023.

Meanwhile, the Kano State Commissioner of Police, CP Mohammed Usaini Gumel has ordered the arrest and prosecution of users of unauthorized siren and sealed plate numbers in the state.

CP Gumel said circulars have been issued to all Police Formations, Divisions and Patrol Teams to engage in thorough checks with the view of bringing the violators to justice.

He however gave a stipulated timing of 6 am to 6 pm for usage of siren.

According to him, “The Kano State Police Command has observed the use of sirens by unauthorised people and even those categories that are authorised often use them intermittently without any cause.

“For the avoidance of doubt, vehicles siren are meant for designated people in society, medicals and other emergencies, and users are with specific guidelines and there are regulated hours when the siren cannot be blown. Specifically, sirens are blown between 6 am and terminate at 6 pm daily.

“The police command also warned members of the public to be aware that sirens constitute hazards/noise which is environmental pollution, affects the sick and portends harassment to fellow citizens.

“Therefore the Commissioner of Police warns members of the public to note that circulars have been issued to all Police Formations, Divisions and Patrol Teams to engage in thorough checks with the view of bringing the violators to justice.

“Similarly, operators of motor vehicles with covered number plates and without registration numbers will also be arrested and prosecuted for such violations.

“Finally, the Commissioner of Police appreciates the good people of the State for their understanding, support, encouragement and cooperation. Road users are advised to drive carefully, avoid reckless and dangerous driving, and observe traffic rules and regulations to checkmate and reduce cases of accidents,”

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