Yusuf Buhari’s Wedding: Hisbah Finally Explains Why It Treats the Rich and Poor Differently
Islam has not permitted the rich or leaders to be treated the same way as the poor according Kano Hisbah Board Specifically, the board argued that it is against the tenets of Islam to mount the podium and call out leaders This was disclosed director at the board, Aliyu Kibiya in response to the criticism that trailed Yusuf’s Buhari’s wedding
Following criticism against the board, the Kano Hisbah Board has finally explained why it gives different treatment between the rich and the poor in its operations, Daily Nigerian reports.
Recall that the board recently blind eyes to the wedding event in which President Muhammadu Buhari’s daughter in-law wore ‘revealing’ wedding dresses. Hisbah says it treats the rich and poor differently because that is the tenet of Islam. Photo: Arewabrides Source: Instagram According to a director at the board, Aliyu Kibiya, it is against the tenets of Islam to publicly criticize a leader, Sahara Reporters added.
He said: Do you have a groundbreaking story you would like us to publish? Please reach us through email@example.com! “Although we call on everybody in the society to do the right thing, but we make the call on case by case basis. It is against the tenets of Islam to mount the podium and call out leaders. There are ways to caution a leader without criticizing him in public.” Hisbah board locks up Haruna.
Legit.ng had earlier reported that the Kano state Hisbah board locked up Haruna, a Kannywood actress, for allegedly uploading sexual content on her social media handles. The accused person was initially arrested on Friday, August 20 by the surveillance department of Hisbah. She was then detained in the custody of the Islamic police until early Monday, August 23 when she was brought before the Sharia court sitting in Sharada area of Kano state.
In a related development, Hibah criticised the bridal shower gown worn by Zahra Bayero, the wife of Yusuf Buhari, son of the Nigerian president. Public affairs commentator weighs in on Hisbah’s excesses A public affairs analyst, Onikepo Braithwaite, accused Hisbah of not taking the non-Muslims in Kano and their fundamental rights into consideration nor the constitutional provisions, in issuing some of its directives