Bayero University Kano (BUK) Female Students Desperately Cry Out for Help as Hisbah Police Raid Their Apartment in the Dead of Night
A distressing video that has recently surfaced online depicts a harrowing incident in which female students from Bayero University Kano found themselves in a terrifying situation. The video shows these students, in sheer panic, crying out for assistance as operatives of the Hisbah Police forcibly entered their residence in the middle of the night.
The motives behind the intrusion by the Hisbah operatives remain shrouded in mystery, leaving everyone questioning the legality and ethics of such an action.
In the Islamic shari’a law, it is a well-established principle that entering a person’s home without their consent is strictly forbidden, especially when it involves the entry of men into a household where women reside.
The urgent question arises: What are the legal and moral boundaries of this authority’s right to enter students’ homes without permission? This incident has raised concerns not only about the violation of individual privacy but also about the potential abuse of power.
It is imperative that the government of Kano state conducts a thorough and impartial investigation into this deeply troubling matter. The objective must be to uncover the truth and hold accountable anyone found complicit in this transgression.
By doing so, the authorities can send a clear message that such actions will not be tolerated, and they can prevent the recurrence of such distressing incidents, thus upholding the rule of law and the safety of the students in their care.