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Kano Hisbah Commander Daurawa resigns, accuses Gov Yusuf of frustrating him

Sheikh Aminu Ibrahim Daurawa has resigned from his position as the Commander-General of Kano Hisbah Board.

Daurawa anchored his resignation on “discouragement” encountered from Governor Abba Yusuf of Kano State.

He lamented the governor’s comments despite his efforts to promote societal morality as the Commander of Hisbah.

Daurawa disclosed this in a video shared on his social media handle.

According to Daurawa: “Currently, I’m in Kaduna State, meeting with lawmakers led by the Speaker to discuss implementing a mandatory pre-marital health check in Kano, similar to other Nigerian states.

“However, I’ve encountered discouraging comments from Kano, despite my efforts at Hisbah to promote societal morality.

“I’ve actively engaged with Kannywood and TikTok celebrities, offering guidance and even providing financial assistance to some TikTokers. I even extended advice to Murja too.

“Unfortunately, those who disregarded our guidance faced consequences.

“But I am saying sorry to the Excellency Governor for being angry, I am sorry to say I have resigned from the position he gave me in Hisbah, I wish him best in his leadership.”

Yusuf had lamented how Hisbah’s ‘operation kau da badala’ was being carried out in the state.

Operation ‘Kau da Badala’ is Hisbah’s initiative aimed at fighting immorality and enforcing sanity in accordance with Islamic values.



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