Supporters Of Gov. Ganduje & Kwankwaso Clash At A Wedding Ceremony In Kano Leaving Several Wounded

Published 2 years ago by: CLARA JANCITA
at 15-01-2018 03:29PM (2 years ago)

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About six members of Kwankwasiyya and Gandujiyya groups were, on Sunday, injured in Kano following a clash between the two political groups. Eye witness told the News Agency of Nigeria in Kano on Sunday that the incident occurred around 11a.m. at Chiranchi quarters in Gwale Local Government Area of the state. According to the witness, some members of the two groups were at the area to attend two separate wedding fatiha when the incident happened.

The Kwankwasiyya followers attended one and their counterpart of Gandujiyya attended another wedding ceremony. The one attended by members of Kwankwasiyya was contracted first. So, while they were leaving the area, they ran into the Gandujiyya group who were contracting another marriage. The source said, adding that about six persons were injured. It was gathered that fighting started between members of the two groups when one of the groups allegedly attacked the other, leading to injuring a junior brother of the Commissioner of Special Duties, Abdullahi Abbas, and many others.

When contacted, the Command’s Public Relations Officer, DSP Magaji Majiya, confirmed the incident, but declined further comments. I don’t have details of the clash. He said the Police had already begun investigations, with a view to finding out the cause of the clash.

ngfineface at 15-01-2018 03:50PM (2 years ago)
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Imagine! Why is it so hard for adults in this location to respect themselves at a gathering?
cypanyahucha at 15-01-2018 03:58PM (2 years ago)
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Political period
slimber at 15-01-2018 05:53PM (2 years ago)
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Nah dem dem society
james987 at 16-01-2018 01:37AM (2 years ago)
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When na dem Dem e no go result to killings .. if any external body dey involved now them for dun cut em head and una say aboki no know wetin dem dey do.