Kaduna Music Festival ends in violence

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Several people were injured on Sunday as the Kaduna Music Festival ended in violence.

Police fired teargas and shot into the air as some attendees engaged security operatives in a scuffle at the event organised by the Kaduna State Government.

The violence started as the Speaker of the Kaduna State House of Assembly, Shagali, gave his closing remarks, a PREMIUM TIMES reporter at the scene said.

Some youth jumped on the stage and threw sticks and bottles at the police. The motive of the youth is not yet clear.


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  • Maria

    Senator Sani should be arrested asap.

  • T-Rex

    When terrorists are in power this is what you get.

    • Man_Enough

      Shallow!

    • amazing2012

      …..and when dafts are in power what do you get ?

      • T-Rex

        A dunce like you is given birth to……..

  • Debekeme

    That Senator Sanni will ultimately be shamed. There is time and we shall see.

    Hes arrogant and antagonistic tohis Governor out of unchecked ego.

    But real reason i cant stand him is his support for Saraki.

  • Man_Enough

    Clearly, this is senator sani proving himself. The man should be nipped in the bud.

  • favourtalk

    Nobody can stop the real change movement in nigeria, they will surely be put into shame very soon. We need a better policy and PMB anti corruption more.