The Kano State Government has imposed dawn-to-dusk curfew with a view to avoid a breakdown of law and order, following tensions generated from the collation of results of the governorship and state Assembly elections.
The state Commissioner for Information and Internal Affairs, Muhammad Garba, made the announcement in a statement issued Monday morning.
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He said the decision was to prevent hoodlums from to causing chaos in the already made the situation tense.
The commissioner called on people in the state to remain indoors as security agents would not spare anyone or group bent on causing trouble.
The state government also thanked the people of the state for their cooperation during the curfew period.
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Fubara, the "anointed" candidate of Governor Nyesom Wike, polled 302,614 votes to defeat Tonye Cole who scored 95,274.
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The state Returning Officer Prof M.A. Abdulazeez declared Agbu the winner at 12:30 am on Tuesday.
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