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Kano Hisbah bans male DJs from officiating female events

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In bid to stall the mixing of females and males during events, the Kano State Hisbah Board has ruled that male Disc Jockeys (DJs) cannot officiate at female-dominated events across the state.

Sheikh Aminu Ibrahim Daurawa, the Commander General of the board, said this at a recent meeting with representatives of DJs in the state.

Daurawa, “As an Islamic state, it is unacceptable for us to allow the indiscriminate mixing of males and females at the same event. This can promote and spread immorality.”

Reacting to the development, Ibrahim Abdullahi, the representative of the DJs, also known as DJ Farawa, lauded the board for inviting and advising them on the new guidelines introduced to guide their business.

He said, “We are happy with the invitation from the Hisbah Board to our union of DJs. They have given us guidelines on the sanctity of prayer times during events and the need to prevent the mixing of males and females during those events.”

Ibrahim noted that all DJs performing in the state must apply the new guidelines issued by the board to avoid being sanctioned.

He further said that non-registered DJs performing in Kano would be not be protected not by the union if found to have violated the new Hisbah guidelines.

 

 

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