Kano Hisbah bans male DJs from acting at feminine occasions

Kano Hisbah bans male DJs from acting at feminine occasions

Kano Hisbah bans male DJs from performing at female events

The Kano State Hisbah Board has banned male Disc Jockeys (DJs) from acting at female-dominated occasions within the state. 

The Commander Common of the board, Sheikh Aminu Ibrahim Daurawa, mentioned at a gathering with the representatives of DJs within the state that the choice turned needed to ban the blending of women and men throughout occasions.

Sheikh Daurawa defined that, henceforth, solely girls could be allowed to officiate at girls’s gatherings.

He mentioned, “As an Islamic state, it’s unacceptable for us to permit the indiscriminate mixing of women and men on the identical occasion. It is because this act can promote and unfold immorality.”

He famous that beforehand one other assembly was held with house owners and managers of occasion centres within the state to sensitise them concerning the related legal guidelines guiding their actions.

In his remarks, the consultant of the DJs, Ibrahim Abdullahi, also referred to as DJ Farawa, counseled the board for advising them on the brand new tips launched by the board to information their enterprise.

He mentioned, “We’re proud of the invitation of the hisbah board to our union of DJs. They’ve given us tips on the sanctity of prayer occasions throughout occasions, in addition to the necessity to stop the blending of women and men throughout these occasions.”

Ibrahim famous that every one DJs performing within the state should adhere to the brand new tips issued by the board to keep away from being sanctioned.

He mentioned, “For this reason we’re calling on all DJs to register with our union in an effort to profit from the rules which were issued.”

He warned that non-registered DJs performing within the state wouldn’t be protected by the union in the event that they had been discovered to have violated Hisbah’s tips.

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