Hijab is one of important clothes that matured Muslim women are directed by their religion to use in order to cover their body shapes, but nowadays some women are hiding under their Hijabs to commit immoral acts, such as stealin
It is a similar case that happened when four women, including a woman wearing a hijab, were caught stealing at Ummi Danlami Store in Kano. Ummi Danlami Store is a very popular store in Kano where women's clothes, cosmetics and other things, mostly related to women, are sold.
A video was recorded when the four suspects were interrogated at the shop when they were caught.
In the video, one of the suspects was heard saying "I have never been to this place, we are not even from this town".
Another one said "I have nothing to do with this".
A male voice, probably the one recording the video, was heard saying to the woman wearing a hijab "you are using hijab, looking like a decent person, but you are a thief".
The woman responded by saying "I was hired. They hired me, I don't know this place. Please fear God and tell them the truth" (referring to the other suspects).
Click the link below to watch the video clip.
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