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Blasphemy: Kaduna bans Religious Protests

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The govt of Kaduna state has outlawed all forms of religious protests across Kaduna.

Samuel Aruwan, the State Internal Security and Home Affairs commissioner explained in a declaration published that the ban which is with immediate effect, was performed in consultation with Kaduna Security Council.

Aruwan said that the embargo of all forms of religious riots becomes necessary in view of motions by some unpatriotic components to establish sequel of for-and-against protests pertained to a current security development in another north state.

Religious protests hit Sokoto state over the detained of some suspected killers of Deborah Samuel alleged for disrespecting Allah which was stoned to death.

The commissioner, stated the the kaduna gov has been informed about the development and urged security agencies to enforce the new security development.

El-Rufai also advised traditional, religious and society leaders across the state to support the effort of the govt on the development.

Security mechanisms have thus determined that any undertaking by people or organizations to disrupt the unity and peace of the State, through religious protests, will not be accepted. Such riots will be quickly halted, and conveners arraigned,” the declaration cited.

Citizens are advised to remain calm and report any form of security concern to the State Security Operations Room, on 08170189999, 09034000060.