Concerned Residents Raise Alarm Over Armed Hoodlums at Emirate Palace in Kano

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By Sabiu Abdullahi

Residents of Rano town in Kano State have expressed concern over the presence of armed hoodlums at the Emirate headquarters on Sunday.

According to a letter addressed to the State Police Commissioner, the hoodlums, believed to be sponsored by unknown persons, have been camped at the Emir’s palace since Sunday.

The motives of the armed youths remain unknown, but their presence is considered a threat to security and a disrespect to the police ban on non-state security actors providing security services in the state.

Residents of Rano emirate are known to be peaceful and law-abiding, but the recent emirate tussle in Kano State has created tension and discontent.

The residents feel their opinions were not respected, and public hearings were not conducted to establish the need to dissolve the additional emirates upgraded by the administration of Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje.

Despite this, the residents have exercised restraint and acted within the law, carrying out only legitimate peaceful demonstrations. They believe in the judiciary and have respected the court’s order issued by the Federal High Court Kano on the case.

The letter reads in part, “The people of Rano emirate are peaceful and law-abiding…we believe in the judiciary and have respected the court’s order.”

The presence of armed hoodlums at the Emirate headquarters has raised concerns about the security of lives and property in the area.

The police have yet to comment on the situation.

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