Mr Dahiru Muhammed , council chairman of Rano Local government area of Kano, has announced a new law that was newly enacted in the local government. According to him, it is now an offence punishable by the law for a man and a woman to publicly meet each other during the night.
According to the bye-law, lovers or any male and female can only meet to discuss during the daytime, they can no longer meet at night time again.
The council chairman said that the enactment of the law became necessary because of the high rate of immorality in the local council. He further stated that the law was meant to sanitize the council area of immoral activities occurring during night-time discussions between members of the opposite sex.
The Council boss has implored all the relevant security agencies at the local and state-level especially the Hisbah police to ensure that all defaulters face the full wrath of the law. It should be recalled that a similar law was enacted in 2019 by Kirikasamma local government area of Jigawa state.
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