Protests rock Kano again as women's groups lament controversy in Court of Appeal

Protests rock Kano again as women’s groups lament controversy in Court of Appeal



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No fewer than 1,000 women took to the streets of Kano to express their concerns over the recent controversy surrounding the Court of Appeal’s ruling. The women approached the state police command with placards singing songs of support for Governor Abba Yusuf and submitted letters expressing their grievances about the aftermath of the incident.

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NDLEA operatives on Saturday raided a lounge in Osogbo where a bizarre party organized for illegal drug abuse was to be held.

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Source: guardian.ng

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