The well known Islamic preacher had been banned for allegedly inciting sermons in the state. The cleric whose name is Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara.
His mosque had been put on under lock to stop the ongoing of Islamic Service there. He was also accused of saying words against the prophetic sayings and companion of prophet Muhammad ( SAW).
It was disclosed by the commissioner for information, Muhammad Garba on Wednesday February 3 , that the cleric was banned in order to keep peace in the state and curb problems relating to religious crisis.
The state security agencies and commissioner of police has been ordered to ensure the ban placed on the cleric is surely implemented. The preacher was reported to engage in dagger - drawn fight with the sunmi cleric . The Governor of kano state also shut a mosque in Gwale area.
Recall that the kaduna state Governor,has given the new appointed news service chiefs on how they can succeed in checking insecurity in the country. The Governor said," whenever you have new people,they come with renewed vigour and the focus to make a difference. So,we hope that things will be even better".
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