Hisbah Seizes Truck Conveying Alcohol That Struck Near Their Office In Kano

Kano – Hisbah Operatives in Kano has confiscated a truck when a Hilux truck conveying alcohol fell close to the Hisbah office in Kumbotso Local Government area of the State.

Eye witnesses who went to rescue the victims, discovered that the truck was carrying alcoholic drinks.

Daily Trust gathered that the driver sustained injuries in the incident that occurred Tuesday evening.

Kano state
Kano State

The command has already packed the broken bottles as well as other crates of the alcohol.

Reacting after incident to Daily Trust, the State Hisbah Board spokesperson, Ibrahim Lawan Fagge, said its operatives were at the scene.

“Our operatives in that Local Government have been targeting the truck movement for long, until that fateful day that it had lone accident close to our office.

“Our findings have so far discovered that the Hilux driver has been using the truck, camouflaging as a security vehicle to convey the alcohol.

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“So far, we have seized the vehicle, packed all the bottles to our headquarters at Sharada,” the Hisbah PRO said.

Kano state government has banned the Selling, production and transporting of alcoholic drinks.

Hisbah operatives are empowered by the state government o arrest and confiscate any of such products.

Report had it that the command said it destroyed about two million bottles of alcohol and other intoxicants that are dangerous to the people across the state.

Abdullahi Abubakar

Abdullahi Abubakar is a graduate of the University of Maiduguri.He is a teacher and passionate about Journalism and writing in general. He works with Today Post as a senior Editor and is currently living in Gombe.

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