Shehu Sani Reacts After Young Men And Women Were Caught Bathing Together In Kano State

Former Senator Shehu Sani, who represented Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, reacted to the arrest of 20 men and women by the Kano State Hisbah Islamic Police for bathing together. In his response, Senator Sani contrasted this incident with the recent launch of an inclusive educational project by the First Lady, emphasizing the principle of equality. He questioned whether equality only applies to education and not to other aspects of life, such as bathing, highlighting what he perceived as a contradiction.

While expressing his concern, Senator Sani took to his official social media handle to voice his thoughts on the matter. He pointed out the apparent discrepancy between promoting equality in education while enforcing strict regulations regarding social interactions, particularly in public spaces like leisure centers.

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The incident in question occurred at a leisure center located at Ring Road in Kano, where the Kano State Hisbah Board arrested the individuals following complaints from residents. According to the Deputy Commandant General of the board, Dr. Mujahidin Aminuddin Abubakar, the mingling of both genders inside the water for bathing is considered an offense under the Hisbah law. While the Hisbah law aims to uphold Islamic values and morality, some have questioned its compatibility with broader societal principles, including equality and individual rights.

Hear him: “Yesterday, the First Lady launched her pet inclusive Educational project ‘We are Equal’ and suddenly Some Young men and Women in Kano were caught bathing together… Haba, the equality is for education not bathing.”

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