Letter Of Notofication Trends As Nigerians DRAG Kano State Hisbah Board Over Letter To Cool FM

By 08:36 Fri, 27 Nov 2020 Comments

Today a letter from Kano State Hisbah Board warning a radio station -- Cool FM to stop using the word 'Black Friday' trended.

But has it trended, Nigerians noticed two major errors. 

One was Manger, which was supposed to be MANAGER, and the other was Letter of NOTOFICATION, which was supposed to be NOTIFICATION and then, the board got dragged....

Below are some of the tweets used in dragging Hisbah.

''Omo this level of illiteracy is very deepFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy no be their fault na Lord luggard cause amFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy

''I can't believe I'm sharing nationality with this set of people. ASUU needs to call of the strike, werey dem change letter of notification to letter of notofication Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy

''They should retract the word Manger in their letter of notofication bcs Christ was born in the Manger.

''Lord Luggard: Finally, I can have a whole week of rest without dragging


''The whole the surprising about this letter of notofication. Isn't even the blunder for me, it is the fact that the western colonization has gotten to us to the extent that as blacks we now also see black as evil and white as something good. It's disturbing.

"The Manger" at Cool FM after reading Hisbsh's Letter of Notofication.

Letter addressed to The Manger of Cool FM by Hisbah to stop Black Friday just as 

@PoliceNG addressed The Manger of African Shrine to stop people's meeting

Nah Olodos full our security agencies

''But this Letter of Notofication weak me sha, that is the oga patapata of them all 

''Black Friday is not evil. The colour black doesn't mean bad

Kano Hisbah and their letter of notofication please enlightenment your northern people, stop adding petrol to the religious fire already burning in Nigeria please''



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