A transfer by the Islamic Police in Kano State to ban the usage of the time period "Black Friday" sparked outrage from former Consultant Sen. Shehu Sani.
Do not forget that earlier on Friday, the Hesba Council of Kano State ordered Cool FM to cease mentioning "Black Friday" on air.
The council said that Friday is a day that Muslims contemplate sacred.
The warning letter was addressed to the final supervisor of the media firm.
It was signed by the chief govt officer, Abu Bakr Ali, on behalf of the Hisbah Common Commander.
The memo mentioned that the Islamic Safety Service acquired complaints concerning Black Friday gross sales on November 27, 2020.
Cool FM was knowledgeable that “nearly all of Kano State residents are Muslims who contemplate Friday a sacred day.”
In response, Sani, who represents the Central Senate district in Kaduna within the Eighth Nationwide Meeting, mentioned the title doesn’t in any approach have an effect on the day of Muslim prayer
is to Ted, “Friday is the holy day of prayer for us as Muslims It doesn't matter which colour is added to it. The Hesba threats to the phrase "Black Friday" are illogical. Their companies are wanted on the battlefield. " (19659010)