DSS Arrests Two NNPP Supporters For Inciting Violence In Kano

The Department of States Security Services says it has arrested two persons in Kano for inciting violence ahead of the governorship polls.

DSS Arrests Two NNPP Supporters For Inciting Violence In Kano
DSS Arrests Two Supporters For Inciting Violence In Kano

The public relations officer of the DSS, Mr Peter Afunanya disclosed this in a statement on Thursday.

He said the suspects, Sharu Abubakar and Isma’im Mangu separately recorded messages and shared on in which they were championing certain political interests and calling on their supporters to attack those opposed to them as well as security agents during the March 18 polls.

Afunanya stated that following the arrests, supporters of a particular political party in the state are threatening to organise a protest march in the metropolis on Thursday to storm offices of security agencies in solidarity for the suspects.

However, the DSS has warned those planning to carry out the protest to shelve the idea. The security agency also urged the leadership of the said political party to weigh in on their members to desist from conducts capable of causing breakdown of law and order in kano state before, during and after the elections.

While assuring residents of adequate security to ensure a smooth electoral process, the DSS reiterated its call on politicians to engage constructively, shun violence, fake news and hate speech.

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