The Police have arrested three people for allegedly insulting the President, Buhari and the Katsina Governor, Amina Masari-the Katsina Police team, revealed that the accused persons had been arrested for sending a viral video on social media where they can offend the President, the Governor, the Police said that the criminals, in violation of the provisions of the Katsina act, the Police Command revealed that the accused persons had been arrested for making a viral video on social media sites, where they insulted the President, the Governor, Daily Trust reports. A spokesperson for the SPb Isah State Police said that Commissioner Sanusi Buba ordered his investigation after the video that led to the arrest of the suspects came forward.
He added that during the investigation, the accused, a 70-year-old man, Lawal Abdullahi Izala; Bahajaje and Abu Hamza Abubakar, in all of the areas of the Gafaya, in katsina the New York Metropolitan area, confessed to the crime.
Katsina Police Command said that the criminals violated the provisions of the cybercrime act and will face the wrath of the law.
Meanwhile, a Joint Working Group of Lagos state broke into the surprise group on Wednesday, April 29. It arrested 65 guests who were trying to have fun for violating the order, blocking and not respecting the secular state’s expulsion request. Bala Elkana, a spokesperson for the Lagos Police, stated in a statement that the Police were mentioning about the illegal collection and use of heavy drugs by party parties. He said they were arrested Wednesday at a hotel in the Oko-Oba area of the state.
In another report, the Federal Government, the gradual loosening of the restrictions on activities and movements, not to be confused with the fact that life in the country is back to normal. The nation reports that the secretary to the Federation government (SGF) and the chairman of the presidential task force (PTF) on the pandemic threat of the coronavirus, the chief Mustafa on Thursday, April 30, during the daily press conference of the group in Abuja, the warning is given.
However, we understand that Mustafa accused all Nigerians of placing their responsibilities on the ongoing campaign against COVID-19 and being held accountable and that this time security officials will be stricter in enforcing directives and regulations. He also said that the PTF would soon publish a copy of the guide in the media, so that all Nigerians, government agencies, trade unions and other segments of society, we are familiar with their different roles in the struggle.