The Association of Commercial sex workers, Kaduna State, have hailed Governor Nasir El-rufai of Kaduna State for lifting the curfew imposed on Kaduna following the crisis that rocked the town and environs.
Kaduna and environs recently witnessed security challenges that started in Kasuwan Magani in October this year and spread to other parts to the state capital resulting to loss of lives and property that made the state government imposed 24 hour curfew in the affected areas.
The Chairman of the Association, Justina Emmanuel, made the commendation in company of the Treasurer of the Association while briefing newsmen, saying the imposition of the curfew affected their businesses because they usually receive their customers from 8:30 pm to 12 am everyday.
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“For the period of the curfew, our members across the metropolis suffered financial losses because of low patronage. Busy spots like Rabah Road, Nagogo road Barnawa shopping complex, waff road, Narayi pipeline and Independence way were deserted.
“We thank the governor for restoring peace back to the crocodile city and we call on all residents to live in peace and harmony for every business to survive.
“We have also resolved to cast our votes for El Rufai for his vision of making Kaduna State a peaceful place for all and sundry,” she emphasised
Recall that Kaduna state government lifted the curfew in Kaduna metropolis with immediate effect while others are still under the curfew.
The night-time curfew which had subsisted in the city since 31st October, 2018 has now been removed and residents are now free to go about their legitimate businesses at anytime of the day.
Samuel Aruwan, spokesman to Governor Nasir El Rufai on Media and publicity had disclosed this in a statement made available to the media in Kaduna.