Ramadan: Kano Hisbah deploys personnel to mosques



Kano State Hisbah Board has deployed its personnel to various mosques across the 44 local government areas of the state.

The board said the move was part of efforts to ensure safety of lives and property during the Ramadan period.

The board’s Commander General, Sheikh Harun Ibn Sina, made the disclosure while speaking with newsmen, on Thursday.

He said all the corps posted would visit mosques during iftar, tarawih, and tahajjud prayers to protect worshippers and their properties against criminal elements.

He added that the board would intensify efforts to arrest those found engaging in social vices, as well as, evacuate those found guilty of disturbing the prevailing peaceful atmosphere in the state

Sheikh Ibn Sina, added that hisbah personnel would apprehend anyone found guilty of violating the teachings of Islam during Ramadan, especially ticktockers who are fond of using derogatory comments.

The commander thus implored the public, especially well-to-do individuals, to assist orphans and the needy in the society.

He said: “Feeding during the holy month is rewarding as Allah (SWT) opens the doors of paradise, as such, there was the need to multiply good deeds, to gain Allah’s favour.

“One can give clothes, food items, grains, water and cash to those in need to gain Allah’s rewards,” he explained.

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