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Hisbah confiscates 453 bottles of beer, 7 litres of local gin in Jigawa


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The Jigawa Hisbah Board has arrested six suspects, including three females and confiscated 453 bottles of assorted beer.

The Hisbah Commander in the state, Ibrahim Dahiru, confirmed this to newsmen in Dutse on Monday.

He also said that seven-litre of local gin, was confiscated from the suspects in Birninkudu Local Government Area of the state.

Mr Dahiru said that the suspects were arrested after operatives of the command raided a drinking joint in the area at about 9 p.m. on Sunday.

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He explained that the suspects and the seized items have been handed over to the police in the area for further investigation.

“Hisbah raided a drinking joint in Birninkudu town yesterday at about 9 p.m. where we successfully arrested six suspects, including three females.

“During the operation, we seized 454 bottles of assorted beer and seven-litre of local gin.

“We handed over the suspects and the seized items to the police in the area for further investigation,” he said.

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The Hisbah commander commended members of the public for their support and cooperation during all its operations across the state.

He said the consumption of alcohol and other illicit drugs remained prohibited in all parts of the state.

Mr Dahiru, therefore, advised people to stop engaging in immoral acts and other vices capable of destroying the society.

NAN reports that the command on May 15 confiscated 308 bottles of assorted alcoholic drinks in Gumel town during a raid carried out by its operatives at one of the hotels in the area.

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However, no arrest was made during the operation as the suspected owners and users took to their heels on sighting the operatives.


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